The Full Light of Day: through a glass darkly

 

Gabrielle Rose in The Full Light of Day. Photo by Don Lee

Little Gabrielle Rose and big Gabrielle Rose. (Photo by Don Lee)

The Full Light of Day is obsessed with its surfaces and, as a result, many of them are well crafted. The performances in this production are first rate. And the script is a mess—especially in Act 1, which is 90 minutes long. By intermission, I had very little idea who the story was about, what it was about (other than the obvious), or why I should care. [Read more…]

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