“In its contemplation of humanity’s unruliest emotions and its Zen-like, profoundly interior account of one man’s reparations, The Prisoner has a spiritual quality one doesn’t often find in the contemporary theatre; this is especially true in its highly effective use of silence. Strange and terrible things happen in The Prisoner, but each is given ample time and space to sink in; as the authors quietly suggest, this may be the most direct route if not to forgiveness, then to letting go.” — David Barbou, Lighting and Sound
Read the full review from Lightning and Sound. The Prisoner closes Sunday, December 16. Buy tickets.
Posted on December 14, 2018 at 12:51 pm
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