By Andrew Andrews
Tara Cornfield (Yating Sun)
A technology project manager at a financial services firm, Tara wants to get ahead, but can’t tell friend from foe among the men and women
A colleague instructs her to purchase a hag stone through which to see the truth, but a visit to her local Jersey Shore crystal shop, owned and operated by Michelle (Esther Ayomide
Instead, Tara responds to a flier for a class in “Mediumship and Divination,” led by a Scottish woman named Geri (Meredith Rust) in the
First to arrive despite being late, Tara soon meets the rest of her
Each woman possesses some sort of power, and struggles with a personal problem.
Now, we’ll be honest: when we read the synopsis
You see, although we’ve counted among personal friends a witch, a yogi and plenty of rainbow gatherers,
But Divination, friends, is one well-written script by Dorian Palumbo, and American Theatre of Actors was wise to premiere it on
Directed by Ken
Normally, this is the point where we’d tell you to check out the show for yourself; however, as chance would have it, we were barely able to catch one of the
Instead, we’ll have to advise you to keep an eye
If you were lucky enough to attend this run, scroll down a bit and tell us what you thought of this production, and we’ll use your rating to predict a future of live performances
Andrew Andrews attended Divination at American Theatre of Actors Beckman Theater in Manhattan on Sunday, November 11, 2018 @ 12:00pm to write this review.
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