NEW - "WHERE WE BELONG" - Talkin' Broadway Review
Posted by: T.B._Admin. 09:30 pm EST 11/09/22

Howard Miller takes a look at Where We Belong at the Public Theater:

In an intriguing solo piece titled Where We Belong, opening tonight at the Public Theater in a production by Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, playwright and performer Madeline Sayet brings together many passions: as executive director of the Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program; as assistant professor at Arizona State University's Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies; and as a seeker of her personal identity as a member of the Mohegan Tribe. You could well view the 80-minute monologue as a quest, one that informs yet one that also raises questions of the sort I pose at the end of this review. That would seem to be at least part of Sayet's intent as she invites us to join her, as she notes in the play's program, on a "journey that continues and keeps evolving."

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