Monday, August 8, 2016

Disgraced at the Guthrie: TCTB Review Roundup

We have our next review roundup, this time for DISGRACED, showing at the Guthrie through August
28. This new, Pulitzer Prize-winning show made a powerful impact on the bloggers, who said:
"When the Guthrie programmed the 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning play Disgraced to run this summer, they couldn't have guessed just how relevant and timely it would be."
"Disgraced is a visceral, physical and psychic, stunning piece of art that deserves as wide an audience as possible."
"With everything going on in the world today, this play sparks the conversations and inward reflection need when discussing religion and politics, especially in group settings."
"No matter how far some people think they might have come to remain neutral and accept others as simply people, the truth is those deep seated prejudices and fears are still there."
And additionally, one reviewer went to the limited performance of Acting Black last weekend - check her thoughts out here: