“The play literally begs to be seen, not just listened to. Much of it is delivered visually as well as verbally, by the setting and props, and also by some nice physical acting. A striking example is how Catherine Moore plays Aline. She carries her rail-thin frame with a sternness that’s truly scary, engraving herself in the mind’s eye as the horrid archetype of a dried-up woman gone stiff and barren.
In short: The Master Builder is a field trip to the circles of Hell. And strange as it may sound, I recommend the excursion.”
by Mike Vargo, Entertainment Central PittsburghRead full article