Septimus and Clarissa finds hypnotic poetry in the ordinary, the solemn, the rapturous and just about everything in between.
The review also praises the play’s “airtight ensemble,” particularly Tom Nelis and Miriam Silverman; its “shadowy lighting;” and the “series of insightful, often haunting stage pictures” created by its set design.
“Woolf’s miniaturist masterpiece is instantly distilled into a thrilling and richly theatrical image” is yet another glowing phrase from the review.
I’m sold. Like a sweet freak longing for chocolate, my mouth is watering to see that play. If only I didn’t live in Ohio.