The 80-minute play features just two actors and one set; the parquet wood-floored study of Freud, adorned with a carefully arranged bookshelf, floor to ceiling drapes, and an examination couch — which becomes an object of jest throughout.
If you enjoy soulful gospel hymns and edgy romance drama, I’d recommend you make a performance of Love Lies this week.
Any lover of Harper Lee’s story, heralded as a quintessential American novel and taught in classrooms nationwide, will enjoy this production.
The cast brought great energy to each scene and elicited laughter at the right moments throughout the evening.
Harkening back to their debut performance, the Providence Players of Fairfax (PPF) open their 15th anniversary season with You Can’t Take It With You, a Pulitzer-winning comedy that fosters an appreciation for the eccentricities of family life.