Dany Margolies - Arts In LA
The three actors of Orphans hurl themselves to the floor, barrel across the stage, and bound around with their ankles tied together. Theirs are athletic, fully energized portrayals that turn Kentwood Players’s Westchester Playhouse into a virtual athletic field.
But their subtle and truthful internalized reactions to their characters’ circumstances, as well as Kentwood’s choice of this brutal yet tender allegory, make this the most daring, exhilarating piece of theater seen on this stage in a long while. Read more…
Now running through Oct. 18.