A relentlessly intelligent piece of work, Broken Glass zeroes in on a microscopic slice of a cosmic event. Set in the late 1930s with the inexorable reality of Nazi Germany and the coming war, a beautiful wife in Brooklyn suddenly and mysteriously is unable to walk. Amidst this powerful set-up, playwright Arthur Miller turns his glare of truth on the couple's lengthy sexual dysfunction. He probes with sublime compassion into their frayed union, while forcefully establishing the consequences of denial and repression. Michael Colucci directs.
Additional performance Sunday, October 24 at 7pm.