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Nov

A Somewhat Subdued ‘night Mother

By Patrick Hurley

Under the right circumstances, there is opportunity in Marsha Norman’s Pulitzer Prize Winning masterpiece ‘night Mother, for the verisimilitude of the actors to allow suspension of disbelief to slowly evaporate from the theater, creating an experience for an audience that is remarkable. The building intensity, like a freight train, is both exhilarating and terrifying. The current production of ‘night Mother, playing now through December 14 at The Lost Studio in Hollywood, falls short of such an experience.  Read more »

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