Theater review: Cap Rep cast expertly plays out family grudges, affection
Friday, January 27, 2012
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In her preface to the script of “The Sisters Rosensweig,” Wendy Wasserstein acknowledges the influences of Chekhov, Kaufman and Hart, and Noel Coward: witty repartee, self-dramatizing by quirky characters, and a delicious tension between silliness and sorrow. Director Michael Bush’s pacing of the superb production at Capital Rep gets all of Wasserstein’s nuanced takes on late 20th century life, especially the lives of women...