A Play Worth Talking About: Communion at the NAC is Very Good
Communion, now playing the NAC, is very good.
Here’s the lead from my formal review:
Kazan Co-op’s production of Communion features an intelligent well-crafted script by Daniel MacIvor and a stand-out performance by Stephanie MacDonald. I was engaged and entertained throughout, moved at the end, and presented with a clear and thoughtful claim about intergenerational conflict and the fear of death to reflect on long after the curtain call.
You can read the rest of the review here.
The main point I want to emphasize here: I enjoyed it, from beginning to end.
In fact, it’s the kind of play, I’d consider seeing again. I haven’t had that reaction to a play since I saw Eternal Hydra at the Magnetic Theatre Festival back in 2009.
In other words, don’t miss it.