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The Season at Stratford

13 shows
113 reviews

Griffin’s production shines

While the play talks about love, it is most certainly about adultery. But the characters don’t fall recklessly in and out of bed, instead weighing their actions against whatever moral standard they have, or at least sensing the need to justify their actions in some way — if to no one else but themselves…That’s where Griffin’s production shines, ensuring that the play moves beyond a vacuous comedy to something at least a little more insightful.