Wit. 'Wit' by Margaret Edson. Bluetongue Theatre [review]
Bramwell, Murray Ross
Often plays which use extensive literary sources end up being precious, or exercises in self-regarding cleverness. Margaret Edson’s Wit is not one of those. In its intelligence, subtlety and artful structure it also enables real feeling and insight into that comma - or is it coma ? - which separates life and death. In its inaugural work Bluetongue Theatre has articulated this in an honest and absorbing production.
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Bramwell, Murray 2001. Wit. Review of 'Wit' by Margarent Edson. 'The Australian', 23 July, 15.