Not since Venus and Fur have I had such a obsessively wonderful (probably sadistic) and difficult time trying to wrap my head around a play!

Something’s rotten in the state of college dorm life. Or whatever.

Really Really, by Paul Downs Colaizzo, is the kind of play that presents you with one predictable, familiar-sounding storyline, and slowly but surely deconstructs its own narrative until, well, instead of resolution, you get something akin to chaos. My own first words to the stranger next to me after the play were, “What the hell?!” Continue reading “Really Really at MTC Lucille Lortel”