Culture: July 2002 Archives

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Yesterday we celebrated the holiday by going to Central Park for a performance of Inverse Theater's Washington: The American Revolution. They are an interesting theater company, specializing in contemporary plays in verse (more like Shakespearean blank verse). I was very impressed by the writing, and the cast was charismatic and talented. I was particularly impressed by Joshua Spafford as Benedict Arnold. Both the play and his performance provided a very nuanced look at one of the most famous but least understood Americans. Robert Laine was hilarious in several roles, especially the hangman. A few photos may be found here.

It will be at the Fringe Festival too. I think it's worth seeing.

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