Lia Mortensen was a great actor. If you saw her in any of the many roles she played at theaters large and small over the past three decades in Chicago, you couldn’t help but be struck by the honesty and intensity of her performances, as well as her luminous physical presence. From the acerbic Joanne […]
Adult children confront the past and future lives of their aging parents over lunch.
Instead of answers, Bathsheba Doran’s play offers contrivance.
This domestic tragedy is like Iphigenia in Aulis updated by Neil Simon.