The fear, pain and doubt of a hostage imprisoned alone in a windowless room crept into Theatre West Friday night when the theater department presented Lee Blessing's "Two Rooms."
This emotionally and politically charged psychodrama set in the tumultuous Middle East is as relevant today as it was when Blessings wrote it in the late 1980s, and director Kerry Lambert's cast delivered a solid rendition of it.
As the title suggests, the play is set in two rooms. One is the cell of Michael Wells (Nathanial Rust), an American professor being held as a political prisoner in Beirut. The other ...Read More