Harper Regan OFF-BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • VARIETY

Opening Night:
October 10, 2012
Closing:
October 28, 2012

Theater: Atlantic Theater / 336 West 20th Street, New York, NY, 10011

Synopsis: 

One strange evening, Harper Regan (Mary McCann) decides to walk away from her husband (Gareth Saxe), her daughter (Madeline Martin) and her home. She tells no one where she's going or whether she's ever coming back. She tosses family, history and fate straight up in the air, and it looks like she might be gone for good. In Simon Stephens' acclaimed play, which premiered in 2008 at the UK's National Theatre, we are folded into an absorbing story about a woman who explores the limits of loyalty, morality, and the bonds of family.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Harper Regan

    Sometimes You Just Need to Get Away

    BEN BRANTLEY

    October 11, 2012: Watch this space. Keep your distance. Whether we’re aware of it or not, those imperatives whisper in our minds whenever we’re among people — and not just strangers but also friends, lovers and family. We are forever assessing and maintaining the gap between ourselves and others. Perhaps we never cross that gap entirely, even when it’s all we want to do.

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  • VARIETY REVIEW OF Harper Regan

    Harper Regan

    Marilyn Stasio

    October 16, 2012: Every woman is entitled to her mid-life crisis, but the elaborate meltdown that Simon Stephens engineers in "Harper Regan" is wasted on an uninspiring character. Bore that she is, the lady does have the good fortune to be played by Mary McCann, who also left her mark on "Bluebird," an earlier Stephens play that, while equally episodic, had a less artificial and better designed structure and didn't work so hard at being quirky.

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