Elizabeth Salaam 12:50 p.m., June 18
Marisa Wegrzyn's "realistic fantasy" plays with time, and how much time our "mortal clocks" say we have. In her three-act, three generation play, some have seen theirs and know when they will die. So what to do? The play raises probing questions people don't often take time to ask. But it could use more signposts, since the ornate superstructure makes following along take mental effort away from the theme. Moxie's production, one of director Jennifer Eve Thorn's best efforts to date, is eminently watchable, even as one tries to figure out who's who. The five-person ensemble work sparkles. And Jennifer Brawn Gittings' appealing, clock-infested set may include the Center of Time in the Universe.
Worth a try.