Wednesday, November 16, 2011

UNIQUELY DIFFERENT "CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION"

CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION:


UNIQUELY DIFFERENT "CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION"

By Chuck Graham, Tucsonstage.com
The mystery of communication is being explored quite inventively with Invisible Theatre's production of "Circle Mirror Transformation" by Annie Baker, directed here by Betsy Kruse Craig. The play won an Obie in 2010 for Best New American Play.
To some extent, to fully enjoy "Circle Mirror Transformation" you have to be ready for something a little different.
Be assured, however, the effort will be well worth it, because this play will also stick in your head on the way home. Each of us could be asking "How much different would my life be today if I had just spoken out that one time, so long ago?"
The cast is excellent and well balanced. It's always fun to see McKasson back on stage, her eyes twinkling bright as ever. Henriksen, a veteran Los Angeles actor, makes an engaging Tucson debut. Petty, just starting her career upon the stage, keeps getting better and better. Long-time acting friends Hill and Wees are always solid professionals.
chuck
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