The Welkin at The Atlantic (spoilers)
Posted by: workerbee 07:19 am EDT 06/08/24

It seems that someone at The Atlantic thought this large cast period piece had something to say about women's lives, and that's too bad because it replaced the many plays out there without homes that actually engage women's lives with depth and specificity. This mess is so generic that it has no meaning. And perhaps that is what The Atlantic was attracted to. After all these is so much confusion in the theater about what allowing women to speak really means.
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