Voice Lessons


Death to critics!

This week, in the Village Voice theater section:
Michael Feingold responds to Charles Isherwood’s boredom with The Coast of Utopia and offers some concluding remarks on the whole of the Stoppard trilogy. Feingold charges, “[Stoppard’s] passion for ideas itself starts to seem an evasion.”

I conflated Sam Marks’s Nelson, an ambitious drama about a talent agency employee, to Marc Spitz’s Your Face Is a Mess, an unambitious but sunny entertainment in which a drug dealer attempts to reform.

In the Sightlines section, David Ng did battle with The Jaded Assassin, John Beer observed A Very Common Procedure, and Andy Propst commits himself warily to Marat/Sade.

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