To the Editor:
If there’s an award meted out to a play with the longest title, the winner could be “Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England” currently at The Two River Theater.
This many-layered opus by Madeleine George is written with a nimble hand; one eye on “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and the other on “It Happened One Night.”
The acting talent of this ensemble were, as we have come to expect from TRT, highly polished and beautifully synchronized.
If the underlying graphic sapphic traffic makes you think of a detour, pause a little and enjoy the growth of all participants in this world premiere offering.
Robert B. Halloran, Little Silver, NJ
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