The Heart is a Lonely Hunter
This is a cold, cerebral fragmenting of the book without warmth, humor or imagination. There is no shape, focus or drama to the narrative. The bits and pieces of the action are strung together by Singer, a deaf character played by a hearing actor without poetic or emotional affect. The "Carson" role starts and ends angry and defeated as do all the characters. We see lots of lonely but no hunting. The production cries out for the beaurty, passion and energy of McCullers book.
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