Edith misses the target

  • Article by: Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 18, 2012 - 5:05 PM

Don't worry. The kids are all right in this tale of youth limping along by themselves. Those of us who are watching are doing the suffering.

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tiselfarMar. 18, 1210:27 AM

Graydon, you and I must not have seen the same show. My family and I saw this last night and found it to be a trifecta of acting, directing, and script. We were so happy to find a play that all four of us (two parents in our 50s and two kids 15 and 18) all enjoyed so much. We are telling everyone to go see this wonderful play with very gifted actors and spot-on directing.

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tribreader15Mar. 18, 12 3:42 PM

I saw 'Edith' on Friday and must disagree with your review. The show was great, it was funny and genuine. The actors were very comfortable with their characters and they created an atmosphere of anticipation waiting for a father we never see. The set design allowed the the actors to create their own world which is exactly what Edith and Kenny had to do with their lack of supervision. If there is one issue with the play it is that its too long but in all honesty that can be said about every show in Minneapolis. It was refreshing to see a play that was not an episode of Friends put on stage. Much like the last play I saw at Mixed Blood, 'Crashing the Party' which received a glowing review from this paper. 'Edith' was worth seeing.

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stageguyMar. 18, 12 5:41 PM

Graydon...I think you are spot on.

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