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The 44th Carbonell Awards celebration was unique, not simply because it was online, but because of its acknowledgement of the diversity of the theater community. Honoring excellence for 2019, the awards, which have been quietly accused of not reflecting diversity, pointedly went out of its way to be inclusive in its annual celebration.
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.
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.