March 9, 2005
Skillfully theatrical, inventive staging—chilling, creepy. Director Michael Rohd’s concise, original, evocative adaptation left “reverberating thoughts” with modern resonance. Weaknesses: ensemble casting; first-act choreography, voiceovers; third-act songs. But risks fade in shadow of Gretchen Corbett’s revengefully powerful yet vulnerable Claire; Rody Ortega's sound landscape; lighting/shadowing by Dan James. Go Visit.