A Small Fire
A well-acted, well staged, thought-provoking drama which examines an unusual case of sensory deprivation within a family relationship. The cast are excellent in their very different roles and the evolution of the play is well-paced and coherent. This is a good example of how to put together concise and sharp playwriting without padding it out with irrelevance or adding over-long endings. This is definitely one of the best off-Broadway productions for some time.
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