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This is the breakout moment for these women. As one of the sister confides: “Silence is the key that closes every door.” But this play speaks loudly. Look for them again in 2016 when InScena returns to New York.
In the end, after some very clever writing that goes on too long (they were smart to make this one act instead of two) – nearly everyone has a firm grip on a knife sticking out of someone else’s back. And you leave being grateful you are not one of them.
The most shocking thing about the Labyrinth Theater’s latest offering is that they would choose such a tame and familiar vehicle. Not that there’s anything particularly wrong with that. This is a solid, sentimental and ultimately satisfying production; just not a terribly jarring or original one.
Fans who come to the theater to feel like a TV star is talking directly to them will not be disappointed. Those seeking rich characterization and a well-structured storyline should just stay at home with the good book.