From a New York Times theater review by Bruce Weber:
With the exception of the prison cell scene that opens the play, all the vignettes take place at a long banquet table in an otherwise empty black box. It’s a clean palate for the presentation of the author’s poetic jeremiads, which are helped, for the most part, by some vivid lighting effects by Russell H. Champa and the music of – who else? – Joni Mitchell.
(Contributed by Les Irvin)
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