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A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: April 3, 2003
Synopsis: Eddie Izzard (2003 Drama Desk Award winner) and Victoria Hamilton star in Roundabout Theatre's production of A Day in the Death of Joe Egg. Peter Nichols' play concerns Bri (Izzard) and Sheila (Hamilton), and their handicapped child (nicknamed Joe Egg), aged 10. The parents invent conversations and personality traits for the child, even though she seems unable to communicate in any way. As Bri and Sheila begin to fabricate scenarios, their marriage comes under increasing strain. Laurence Boswell directs
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"As partners in the vaudeville act known as marriage, Bri and Sheila have performed this routine dozens, maybe hundreds of times before -- the one where she pretends she's the switchboard operator and he's the Viennese doctor. Yet as portrayed by Eddie Izzard and Victoria Hamilton in the Roundabout Theater Company's sensational new revival of Peter Nichols's ''Day in the Death of Joe Egg,'' neither husband nor wife seems remotely staled by familiarity."
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