Molly Sweeney

Brian Friel serves up plenty of masterfully imagistic language in his 1994 play about a blind woman who regains her sight at a cost, but it’s all delivered in the past tense, via a trio of alternating monologues. But although the structure echoes Friel’s themes of blindness and knowledge, it also has little dramatic momentum.—Paul Menard


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