Monthly Archives: November 2021
Written on November 9, 2021 at 4:07 pm, by Torrence Browne
★★★★ “Questioned about his odd last name, the antihero of Will Eno’s Gnit shrugs and replies, ‘It’s a typo…but we decided to just go with it.’ That no-big-deal energy is prevalent throughout Eno’s new play, whose characters grapple with the biggest of big questions— What is love? Is there a God? What is my purpose?—with…Read More »
Written on November 9, 2021 at 3:10 pm, by Torrence Browne
“GENUINELY HILARIOUS, the turns are unpredictable and the performers, especially the priceless Deborah Hedwall as Mother Gynt, Jordan Bellow as several different characters, and of course Joe Curnutte in the lead role, seem to effortlessly hit their cues… GNIT IS BRAINY AND FULL OF RHETORICAL MAGIC.” —The New York Times Click here to read…Read More »
Written on November 9, 2021 at 2:20 pm, by Torrence Browne
“Will Eno’s EXISTENTIAL COMEDY… is the story of a soul’s journey through life… A SATIRE ABOUT THE ABSURDITIES OF SELF-CONFIDENCE.” – New York Magazine Click here to read the full review for Gnit, by Will Eno directed by Oliver Butler, in New York Magazine. Learn more about Gnit here.