2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Echoes’

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Mia Amadoproducer and director of Echoes, brings this piece about love and mental illness to the Eastman Theatre at Gallaudet. Echoes is by no means an easy play, in terms of execution and in subject matter. Playwright N. Richard Nash continually brushes up against the walls between reality and illusion, and asks whether or not the emotions felt in one can transfer to the other. As a result, the play strongly differentiates between the tangible and the fabricated, then blurs the lines where all matters of the soul are concerned. It is as if the show asks you: “What does it mean to love when you are broken?”

Jon Jon Johnson full review on DC Theatre Scene

 

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