Director Alain Chartrand revisits the roiling political landscape of his youth in this capably crafted flashback to 1969 Quebec.
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Call it experiential; call it immersive; call it event theater. The work itself is often impossible to describe.
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Helmer Austin Pendleton's production has the handsome look (of battered elegance) and elusive spirit (beautiful, but damned) of his prior Chekhovian outings for the CSC.
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