In “Mary Page Marlowe,” a play by Tracy Letts that tracks seven decades in an Ohio woman’s life, the title character is many things: a baby, a girl, a wife, a lover, a mother, a divorcée, a retiree. ...
On rare occasions in an art form with more than its share of superfluous verbosity and thematic ... unremarkable citizen of the Buckeye state. One is that Mary Page Marlowe is played by six actresses ...
From infancy to senior, seven women are playing one role as an ordinary Ohio accountant in the play "Mary Page Marlowe". "I'm interested in women ... these women have started to pick up some of their ...
In the intricately constructed and intriguing "Mary Page Marlowe," now at 2nd Stage, Tracy Letts finds his troubled title character interesting enough to require six actresses (and one lifelike doll) ...
Tatiana Maslany is accustomed to playing many roles, but now, she’ll be one of five actresses playing a single role. The Orphan Black star is set to make her New York stage debut in Tony Award-winner ...
His mother, Mary Page Marlowe, is appalled, and witheringly snaps ... played from infancy to the age of 69 by six different actresses and a doll. Nor do they come at us in order, blooming and decaying ...
Letts has said Shapiro has no equal when it comes to interpreting new plays, and her articulate, delicately balanced production of "Mary Page Marlowe" supports his claim. In a play where six actresses ...
Second Stage Theater's Mary Page Marlowe, directed by Lila Neugebauer, opened last night, July 12. Tracy Letts' Mary Page Marlowe's cast features Blair Brown, Kayli Carter, Audrey Corsa, Marcia ...
In “Mary Page Marlowe,” Tracy Letts, the Tony-winning actor (“Who ... Mary Page, who is played by six different actresses (including Blair Brown and the freshly Emmy-nominated Tatiana Maslany) at ten ...
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And Mary, here played by six different actresses between youth and old age, struggles to hold it all together as she moves between husbands, lovers, jobs, children, many tumblers of bourbon, and drab ...
"Mary Page ... "Mary Page Marlowe" proves to be a passive (though not unpleasant) viewing experience, and nothing more. The production itself doesn't help what may be the downfalls of the written play ...