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Communion Exists In More Than One Sense At Primal Forces
Spurred by mortality, human beings struggling to repair connections as conduits toward understanding their lives form the crux of Primal Force’s intimate exploration of relationships in the intriguing Communion. A flawed mother dying of cancer, her estranged born-again daughter and a therapist with her own problems dance emotionally prickly pas de deuxs in this incisively acted and directed play.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Communion, Daniel MacIvor, Jacqueline Laggy, Jenna Wyatt, Keith Garrson, Kim Ostrenko, Primal Forces Leave a comment