One of the year's best shows - and best performances! Deborah Gilmour Smyth plays Vivian Bearing, a scholar convinced she knows all about life and death. Then she has stage four cancer and finds out what her favorite poet, John Donne, was really talking about. Smyth treads where actors fear. She demolished one emotional barrier after another. In the end she is naked, figuratively and - for a brief, tastefully staged moment - literally. Talent runs deep in the Lamb's Players cast, excellently directed by Robert Smyth. And Margaret Edson's 90-minute, intermissionless, Pulitzer Prize-winning play is sage, taut, and surprisingly funny. Don't miss this one!
Ongoing until Sunday, November 17, 2013
|Saturdays, 4pm & 8pm|