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THE WIFE NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW
Opening Night: December 5, 2010
Did He Like It?*
Equal parts black comedy and psychological drama, The Wife centers around Ruth, a Hasidic woman who befriends her white neighbors. What seems at first an innocent relationship quickly escalates, and the play spirals into a series of events which unravel an entire community. With wit, humor, and wisdom, Smith's play exposes the best and worst parts of humanity, kind people turn venomous, and cruel people act with compassion.
Opposites Attract, and React, in a Dark Neighborhood
*By RACHEL SALTZ
Published: December 12, 2010
"Tommy Smith pulls strange bedfellows from the urban melting pot and has them collide in “The Wife,” a sort of warped, contemporary “La Ronde” at the Access Theater. Jew and gentile, black and white, immigrant and native: Mr. Smith’s characters meet and try to connect. But this is no earnest, let’s-all-get-along tale. It’s too odd and prickly and prone to the dark side. "
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