'By the Water' at South Camden Theatre Company: Coming back from Sandy, in mind and body

'By the Water' at South Camden Theatre Company: Coming back from Sandy, in mind and body

'By the Water' at South Camden Theatre Company: Coming back from Sandy, in mind and body

Next, the set. On this small stage, Robert Bingaman’s clever yet simple design involves storm-wrack, tarps, plywood planks, and curtainless windows with their shadows and silhouettes, eloquent with class, time, and place, pulling us right in. In a heartbreaking move, telling you all you need to know about her, Mary (wonderfully played, with a dose of Edith Bunker of All in the Family, by Susan Dewey) rehangs a crucifix on a moldy wall.

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Published at Tue, 11 Sep 2018 00:05:59 +0000

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