The play has a compelling point to make about the diversity of truth and mutual respect, but in the end, it’s difficult to take the argument seriously.
The production, though occasionally troubled, can still put a finger on the pulse of Shakespeare at its best.
Ionesco offers comically entertaining insight on the careless and constant cacophony that passes for communication but is just platitudinous twaddle.
If you don’t think every play is about sex, you shouldn’t be making theater.
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