Just as Rembrandt amassed shells and Andy Warhol had an assortment of cookie jars, artist Vita Eruhimovitz can’t help but collect items that speak to her.
Actress Karen Eilbacher tells our theatre critic why this play awakens such powerful feelings for actors and audiences alike.
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Audience members are on their feet as they follow the actors from one scene to the next in this new twist on Shakespeare's famous tragedy.
The play begins with two eight-year-old children and follows them for three decades as they become intimate thanks to outrageous injuries to body and soul.