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“Mighton has always said his work depends on the creative power of collaborative directors to take it new places. Well, maybe the pool of water with the red band round its rim at Stratford is new, but it isn’t right.”
“This play explores everything from existentialism, imagination, neuroscience, and physics, but the exploration that ends up being featured front and centre, is that of the power and influence of love on the human mind. This play is as beautiful as it is strange. “
“Krystin Pellerin – one of the stars of the CBC comedy-drama The Republic of Doyle – makes her Stratford debut and shows such skill in the nuances to the different versions of Joyce that at some moments it’s not immediately clear that the same actress is performing the role.”
“Cushman’s production rises to the challenge of the ambitious script instead of leaving it on a pedestal. In fact, he seems to pick up were Mighton leaves off by ramping up the otherworldly aspects of the story.”