Review: Insignificance, Theatr Clwyd, Mold

Review: Insignificance, Theatr Clwyd, Mold
 

Theatr Clwyd's autumn season opened with Terry Johnson's thought-provoking play Insignificance.
It is about fame, sex and power built around an imaginary meeting of the minds in a New York hotel room in the 1950s.
Though nameless, the characters are obvious.
The wild-haired professor is Albert Einstein and the vulnerable sexpot can only be Marilyn Monroe. The gum-chewing baseball player is Joe DiMaggio, who married Norma Jean in 1954. The creepy senator is Joe McCarthy, who is strong-arming Einstein to testify about Communist activities.
All four are tormented - the actress by her... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 61
Source: Daily Post
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