Here's a play that creeps into your consciousness on little cat feet, so quiet and unassuming, so slow-moving at first, so indifferent to the flashier aspects of conflict and plot, and finally so emotionally absorbing that after you've seen it, you find yourself being visited as you drift off to sleep at night by an ambiguous figure, a woman who keeps asking, in gently despairing tones, for your help with something. Something that never gets defined. Or at least, that's... More >>>