In the most arresting—and prescient—scene in this production, Maggie Antrobus summons, quietly but forcefully, MANkind’s history of injustice to her gender.
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THEATRE REVIEW: BTG’s ‘Sister Mary Ignatius’ ingeniously mixes humor and anger
If “The Actor’s Nightmare” ranks among the blackest of farcical comedy, then “Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You” is among the blackest of black comedy.
THEATRE REVIEW: Two Durangs at BTG: ‘Sister Mary Ingatius,’ promiscuous thoughts, attitudes redefine tragi-comedy
This production, featuring so much talent, is about the best it can be in a world where our expectations of people in power is so often betrayed these days.
Review: At the Unicorn, Noel Coward’s ‘Design for Living’ lacks sophistication
The biggest problem here is the relative ages of the players. They are just too young and too inexperienced.