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‘Seascape’ explores life, love with imaginative brilliance

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Despite the absurdist elements of Edward Albee’s “Seascape,” the play may be the playwright’s most accessible work. It is being given an effervescent outing by The Theatre Company at Hubbard Hall. With this play, the company is christening a new site; a small venue behind the cavernous opera house called the “Freight Depot.” And the match is perfect. “Seascape” is a “small” play with enormous ideas. Since Albee ditched the long and talky second act, ...


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nadajooksing
March 31, 2009
1:53 p.m.

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Just compared this review of SEASCAPE to similarly glowing reviews published in the TU and Post Star, and I felt I ought to comment upon my observation/opinion that the Gazette's review is the most critically impressive of the three.

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