Saturday, Oct. 11 is your last chance to check out Actors’ Theatre’s first show of the season, 4000 Miles by Amy Herzog. If you missed it, here is an excerpt from Terry DeBoer’s review of the show (Click the links to read the full article.)
Review: ‘4000 Miles’ captures relationship dynamic of love and loss
An intriguing premise poignantly comes to life in a wonderful character study of a grandmother and grandson in the Actors Theatre production “4000 Miles,” which opened Thursday at Spectrum Theatre.
Questions of love and loss, aging and death and the complexities of family relationships are all explored in the one act play by Amy Herzog.
The play’s multiple angles are revealed through the prism of its two major characters – 91 year-old Vera Joseph (portrayed with a remarkable and engaging consistency by Marti Childs) and her 21 year-old grandson Leo (whose confident yet vulnerable Owen McIntee was also a highlight). […]
Go to mlive to read the rest of the article (note: 4000 Miles got 3.5 out of 4 stars!), and then head over to the Actors’ Theatre website to make your reservations for tonight’s show!