Theatergoers who long for a beautifully written drama with exceptional actresses taking center stage are in for a special treat: the world premiere of “The Old Friends,” written by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Horton Foote.
Imagine a future where it is possible to erase your own personal and cultural history while adopting another’s. As the tangible and weighted bodies of books become digitized and easily shared across the world and between diverse societies, Taylor poses the question:
Gadfly Productions’ macabre, colorful fable has a lot going for it. Its lead actor, Anton Koval, displays a remarkable gift for physical comedy and maintains a high level of energy throughout a grueling gamut of transformations.