Archive for July 2011
Daniel Tarker’s new play looks at contemporary angst over foreclosures and broken marriages, and also offers insightful commentary on contemporary values. Some of the characters suffer, but you won’t. It’s funny and sexy.
The first act is a bit slow, but hang in there. The second act more than makes up for it.
See my full review in the July 1 Seattle Times NWTicket Section.
Through July 9 produced by Pacific Play Company with Seattle Playwrights Collective at Downstage Theatre, 4029 Stone Way N., Seattle; (www.pacificplaycompany.com or www.brownpapertickets.com).