NINESarah-Lee Dobbs, who won last year's critics' choice for her musical-comedy Tell Me on a Sunday, displays an equal aptitude at gut-churning drama here, seemingly emptying her soul on stage, and Alia Laurence matches her emotional range step by heart-wrenching step. Director Laurel Clark (who also helmed the brilliant Thomas Jefferson: My Master, My Slave, My Friend) does everything imaginable to visually enliven two actors chained, and James Dryden's soundscape is as effective as nails on chalkboard at ratcheting up the tension.
Jericko Produtions - Orlando, FL
7 DATES THROUGH MAY 29, 2016
Length: 45 Min
Price: $9 (Disc: FA)
Rating: 13 & Up – Language, Violent Subject Matter
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