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An Infinite Ache - Acting Edition

by David Schulner

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So this play does something really interesting with the way it handles time. The entire play is one continuous scene, but there are onstage transitions between large chunks of time. One character might be packing a bag to leave, and then they'll be unpacking because they've just arrived home. Some of these transitions were really impressively written, but the rapid pace of the whole thing made it impossible for me to really sit and process everything going on. So I feel like the time gimmick kind of weakens the play while also being a fairly interesting spectacle. I would have liked a little more depth to the characters before "things" start occurring, but that's just personal preference. ( )
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