Till We Meet Again
“just enough cryptic surrealism, quirky choreography and creative wordplay to give this play a certain special umph”
By Andrew Andrews
Imagine a young David Lynch in elementary school, writing a social studies report
A few years later,
Imagine that Lynch’s parents save all of his reports as he’s growing up, and hand them back over to David when he’s old enough to move out on his own. When he begins to study film production, he rediscovers his old reports and decides to build a story around them, based on the relationship between a World War II veteran
Eventually, he releases the story as an experimental play, and
Till We Meet Again was written by Glory Kadigan, not David Lynch. But the presentation from Planet Connections at The Theater at
It’s a little bit like a child’s school report on WWII meets a
Under the direction of Tonya Pinkins, the cast (Gina LeMoine, Mary Monahan, Mehret Marsh, Perri Yaniv, June Ballinger and
If you’re looking for a dreamlike exploration of PTSD, family values and the road not taken,
Andrew Andrews attended Till We Meet Again at 14th Street Y Theater at the 14th Street Y in Manhattan on Friday, January 11, 2019 @ 8:01pm to write this review.
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