Suzan-Lori Parks is such a uniquely talented artist that you never know what to expect when attending one of her productions. In The Book of Grace, the sound of clicking typewriter keys fills the background and guides the audience through chapters of a book being written by one of the characters. The book is filled with evidences of good things and is in complete contrast to the turmoil surrounding the troubled family in the story. I absolutely loved the technical use of the typewriter and was engaged for the majority of the play, finding it most beautiful when secrets were exchanged between two of the characters. Still, I longed to enjoy this play more and wished that it was more inspiring. But this artist always brings something different to the stage and I would likely see another one of her productions. ?
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