"Emma Mercier is extraordinary in her portrayal of the haughty and scathing Mrs. Rafi, who executes her absurdist town hall plays with the same repulsive precision as she does with her judgmental social interactions. Rafi is first jarring, though, because she comes across almost as a caricature—pristine, shrill English diction; outlandishly austere social conduct, etc.—but Mercier settles into the role so exquisitely that she dictates the humor and freneticism that carries the play from the realm of tropic, into one of utterly compelling." Read the full review here.
Review: The Sea - PGH In The Round
Updated: Jun 27, 2019