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Number 10: (W)hole at Paragon Theatre Ensemble

“…the real strength of the writing was demonstrated in each of the characters individually. All three arguably represent a bit of a stereotype, but none of them seemed one-dimensional.”

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LASTING IMPRESSION: Although we found the content and story of the play interesting and engaging, what really made this production powerful was the truthful representation of the complex and unconventional relationships. The reason this play lingers in our memories fondly is because it is not often (especially in such uncertain financial times) that a theatre company will take a play from beginning to end. It is even more rare that the play will be as well-developed as this one was. We applaud Paragon for taking the risk and having it pay off so well artistically.

(Full disclosure – HE is going to be in the next two shows at Paragon. Since we saw and recorded our thoughts on this show prior to casting decisions, we determined this show was still eligible for consideration)

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