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The Season at Stratford

14 shows
119 reviews

Admirable Madwoman of Chaillot

“Without making obvious nods to the present (“Tartuffe” has that covered), Feore and company allow audience members to draw their own conclusions about the often confusing action onstage. To me, the play speaks to gentrification, a whole heap of environmental issues, and the disappearance of civility and tolerance. One message is clear: Mad times call for mad women to step in and make the world right again.

There are so many things to appreciate about the production, starting with the way Feore has her actors play to audience members on all four sides of the stage.”