At once delicate and devastating, Arthur Schnitzler’s rarely seen FLIRTATION is all about the consequences of trifling with love. In just a few weeks of rehearsal, Marvell’s extraordinary seven member cast achieved the kind of sensitively-attuned repertory acting that usually only comes with years of playing together.
Antigone and Ismene: one in twain and twain in one. Bonnie Fraser and KC Wright were not only astonishing in these two famously demanding roles, they played all of the other parts except for Creon and the chorus. This quadrupling of roles accounted for a kind of dramatic whiplash effect, not to mention cumulative tragic […]