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Paired with director Les Waters with whom she worked so memorably on Eurydice and In the Next Room or the vibrator play at Berkeley Rep, Ruhl is working in mysterious ways here.
With Chalfant functioning in the Stage Manager from Our Town role to create a bridge between the audience and the play, the scene then shifts to a spacious hospital room at a Catholic hospital which seemingly employs no doctors, nurses or orderlies , where Ann and her four siblings are holding vigil over their dying father.
Side note: this is a season of recurring themes at Berkeley Rep. Bernard named Yodel drift through the room. All of that is intriguing, and Ruhl is certainly a writer who can be profound and delicate and powerful and expansive.
But what she and Waters are doing with Peter Pan remains enigmatic to the point of consternation. When the whiskey-fueled chatter turns from the provocation of politics to matters of faith and spirituality, things get interesting, but only briefly before they actually make a toast to not growing up. They might as well have made a wish on the second star to the right. And it is certainly grand to see Chalfant zipping around the stage in green tights, crowing like an annoying but undeniably appealing rooster.
The blend of dream and play and drama and direct address is all a bit too eccentric to add up to much in the end. Ruhl is an emotional rather than sentimental writer, except here. Call or visit www. Leave a Reply.
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