April 20, 2006: In Richard Greenberg's "Three Days of Rain," the existential enigmas and conundrums of faith that always pepper this playwright's work assume a tantalizingly dichotomous form that. ... Excuse me, I was talking. What? How is she? How's who? Oh, her. O.K., if you must know, she's stiff with self-consciousness (especially in the first act), only glancingly acquainted with the two characters she plays and so deeply, disturbingly beautiful that you don't want to let her out of your sight. Now can we go back to discussing Mr. Greenberg's play?READ THE REVIEW
Three Days of Rain BROADWAY REVIEWS
- Opening Night:
- April 19, 2006
- June 18, 2006
Theater: Bernard B. Jacobs / 242 West 45th Street, New York, NY, 10036Synopsis:BUY TICKETS BUY GROUP TICKETS
The play centers on Walker, his sister Nan, and their childhood friend Pip, who all meet in New York to divide the legacy of their late fathers, who were partners in a renowned architecture firm. In an effort to bring some peace to their own lives, the three search for clues that might explain what had gone on between their fathers, and the women in their lives, decades before. The story then shifts to that earlier time, with the same three actors portraying the previous generation. Both a family drama and a mystery, Three Days of Rain was first produced Off-Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club in 1997.
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