Tuesday, December 11, 2018


Filed under: General — m759 @ 11:00 PM

See also a theater review of a Walpurgisnacht 2008
Brooklyn Academy of Music production —

The New York Times  on the Walpurgisnacht production —

"Specifically grim but never merely glum, the production fully taps
the self-conscious theatricality of the play ('I’m warming up for
my last soliloquy,' Hamm announces toward the end) without
letting us forget that its strange figures are appallingly real,
enacting a grotesque pantomime of humanity’s hungry need to
distract itself by wresting order, meaning and a sliver of satisfaction —
just one more sugarplum, please, or maybe a Vicodin — from
the formless, aimless, timeless nothingness of life."

— Charles Isherwood

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