Friday, July 29, 2011

Fair Accompli

We're at intermission, having just experienced Mr. Amador's psychological Fair Accompli, this evening's foremost head-scratcher. It's a play about delusion, a man enduring the confounding effects of having been administered "the serum," which confuses, enrages, engenders paranoia. The narrative leaves one feeling uneasy, not on sure footing, a second-hand madness by exposure. Imagine witnessing a sinister hypnosis or a mindwashing, its violent results, a discomfiting aftermath.

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