Written | Bryna Turner
Directed | Ryan Rotella
Scenic Design | Aren Carpenter
Produced | Warehouse Performing Arts Center
From the playwright–
Petra, an agoraphobic how-to blogger, begins communicating with a strange identity on the Internet, while her partner, Ramona, is being seduced by her master’s program. A metaphysical comedy about what it means to love, to learn, and to fall apart.
The set, designed by Aren Carpenter with lighting by Kaylin Gess is one of the most thoroughly comprehensive displays I’ve seen at the Warehouse.
If the story-line seems confusing, it very well might be. But here’s the deal. SiCK’s production is creative and the delivery of outstanding performances shine.
The full review was written by Connie Fisher, a local NC theatre critic.