Quantum’s ‘Tamara’: Dancing in a House of Intrigue While Rome Burns

By August 7, 2014 May 26th, 2015 Uncategorized

By Mike Vargo, Entertainment Central

There’s an old saying about a dog trained to dance on its hind legs: The marvel is not that it dances well, but that it dances at all. The same might be said of John Krizanc’s play Tamara—which is so difficult to produce that few theater companies even attempt it—except that the Pittsburgh production by Quantum Theatre does more than just get this massively tricky play off the ground. Quantum’s cast and crew make it dance like a team of whirling dervishes.

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