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PLAYING WITH FIRE NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: May 31, 2012
Did He Like It?*
Playing With Fire" has been transported by Leslie Lee from its original 1893 Swedish summer house setting to a 1926 summer cottage of members of the black social elite in a neighborhood of Martha's Vineyard. In the play, Axel, a writer visits his friends, Kerstin and Knut, where they live with and off of his mother, who constantly indulges in gossip, and his father, a wealthy retired businessman who lusts after Knut's mistress, his younger, poorer cousin, Adele. Meanwhile, both Adele and Kerstin have their sights set on Axel. Sparks fly as the characters contest for power over each other in a dynamic 90 minutes of comic drama.
A Swedish Love Triangle, With Some Slight Revisions
*By ERIC GRODE
Published: May 29, 2012
"August Strindberg isn’t the first playwright who springs to mind when the phrase “comedy of manners” is uttered. Depending on how boisterous you find Georg Büchner and Neil LaBute, he may be the last. Nonetheless, the newly christened August Strindberg Repertory Theater has sprung to life with a dapper production of that Swedish master’s obscure comedy 'Playing With Fire.' "
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