Posted by: T.B._Admin. 10:03 pm EDT 05/18/23

James Wilson takes a look at The Fears at Signature Center:

Construction noise, profanity-shouting pedestrians, non-stop emergency-vehicle sirens, and the booming music of pedicabs can certainly pose an obstacle for individuals hoping to find quiet serenity in New York City. For the characters who congregate weekly at a Buddhist center in Emma Sheanshang's The Fears, the external hubbub is nothing compared to the personal demons and inner turmoil that continuously disrupt the longed-for Zen energy in the room. The outbursts, alternately funny and poignant, make for good drama, though, and the play is convincingly performed by a fine cast in Steven Soderbergh's production currently playing at Manhattan's Pershing Square Signature Center. (The show is not part of the Signature Theatre Company lineup.)
Link "THE FEARS" Review

Previous: Strippers join Actors' Equity in historic move - singleticket 10:18 pm EDT 05/18/23
Next: trailer for THEATER CAMP movie - ilw 08:41 pm EDT 05/18/23

    Privacy Policy

    Time to render: 0.014283 seconds.