“Death Unit” features two men, locked in a prison coroner’s basement, and the tension between them is often enough to raise your blood pressure. G. Smokey Robinson’s performance is fierce and terrifying, and Robert DiTillio is convincingly flummoxed and ultimately horrified and uplifted. It’s a really fun ride. As a well-placed and totally unexpected opposite, “Lost Voices,” takes place in an unknown world with only feminine voices. It is powerful, visceral, and deeply moving. Each actress in this heart-wrenching piece has incredible moments of pureness, simplicity, and utter believability. Surely, director Freida de Lacker must be credited for giving her actresses so much freedom to simply ‘be.’ They were wonderful.
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My overall impression
Extremely well-written, artfully directed and acted one-acts that highly complement each other. A really well-paired duet of theater!