Shout it out – Break of Noon at City Garage

Two mysteries at work here: Why did City Garage choose this play? Why did it choose to amplify the weaknesses identified in several reviews of other productions?

If you like religious philosophizing delivered relentlessly in forced New York accents at high decibels from a few feet away, this is your show. Others, be warned.

Nota bene: This was my first exposure to playwright Neil LaBute who is very popular with the young people. I didn’t read anything about the work until afterward.

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