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The Vision Is The Star In Highly Theatrical Curious Incident

Usually, Zoetic Stage’s director Stuart Meltzer’s deft work is almost invisible to audience members other than bringing a fresh vision to familiar titles. But his masterful work in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time is so clearly displayed that his reinvention becomes the “star” of the production.

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‘Curious Incident’ Brings You Inside The World of Autism

Sometimes stage theatricality more effectively thrusts you inside the head of someone completely alien to your own experience than the hyper-reality of a film is able to convey. A prime example is The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime currently in the middle of a criminally short run at the Kravis Center ending Sunday.

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