By Andrew Andrews
When you walk into the theater and see the actors frozen on the sparse, metallic,
After all, the story of Salomé is one of the oldest stories
And those costumes: dystopian, otherworldly.
And the lighting: is that a
Then the scene begins, and the Cappadocian appears, swinging a dangling lamp over the bodies of the
You understand that yes, this is an old story, and
And you are in for the story of Salomé as it has
Freshly translated and directed by
With phenomenal support from
So check it out, then come back here and let us know
Whether or not you agree that M-34 perfectly delivers Wilde’s emulsion of wit, elocution
Andrew Andrews attended Salomé at Irondale Center in Brooklyn on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 @ 8:00pm to write this review.