Saturday, January 14, 2006

The Love of the Nightingale

Theatre Vertigo
January 14, 2006; closes February 11, 2006

An extraordinary epic strikingly staged. A classic tragedy with a contemporary voice, this retelling of the Greek myth of Philomele is the embodiment of true ensemble work representing companywide collaboration seamlessly effecting a unified vision, one that takes advantage of theater’s enduring power to tell compelling stories here and now.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

A great show that reminds you what theatre can do. Working with a spare set (but drenched in gorgeous lighting), the cast beautifully and convincingly creates a world out of movement and language. Excellent performances all around. Another impressive show from TV.

Anonymous said...

Joe Healy is a great talent. It's good to see him doing this. I love me some Joe Healy.

Anonymous said...

Healy schmealy. Give the pants. I want the PANTS.

rufus said...

Loved this show. All elements, whether perfectly executed or not, came together to provide a compelling evening of theatre.

Anonymous said...

you would want the pants...

Anonymous said...

This hasn't closed-- why did it get bumped from the main page??

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