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Re: “The voyeuristic Discretion looks at a marriage on the verge of collapse

Liked it a lot - can't stop thinking about it - acting was good--very natural, especially the lead actress, and it looked like a real production in Lance Hall for a change instead of theatre on a shoe string. The audience is really close to the actors (at least up front) and it's very realistic. My boyfriend and I have been talking about it because the play gives you a roadmap of a marriage on the way to adultery (not just physical but emotional too) and possible break-up. Some might think the idea of adultery is a tired subject. I beg to differ. Even though it's common doesn't make it old hat. This play might get couples talking. People usually just see the results of fooling around. In this play, it gives you up front and personal what these guys missed.

Movements in the play seemed natural and not phoney. I loved the music interludes in it - some very cool stuff. I think the reviewer was wrong in saying it needed an intermission. It wasn't that long, definitely NOT an hour and a half--only an hour and ten or fifteen--and a break would have have messed it up.

Posted by praisefire on June 4, 2010 at 9:52 AM
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