Review On THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER


Radomir Vojtech Luza

Non-Registered Critics


In a world mired in sadness, suffering and hypocrisy, this play rises above the partisan bellyaching and caterwauling to confront social, political and personal demons equally with a mix of vinegar and wine, salt and pepper and radish and radiance. In so doing, this finally-tuned and well-paced vehicle never manages to forget its primary goal: to entertain and amuse.