"Let the Devil Take the Hindmost" by Maya Contreras at Soho Playhouse, Aug. 12-23, 2016
"Lorca Peress directed, and I can only admire the way she brought the script to life on stage. Every movement had a purpose. The scenes changed while the set remained the same. The dining table becomes a restaurant, and a corner of the set downstage right is reserved for Vera and Susan’s talks. Sometimes, to keep the mood of the era, the stage goes dark between scenes while audio of Dr. King or President Johnson plays."
Theatre Review: ‘Let the Devil Take the Hindmost’ at FringeNYCPosted By: Jeff Myhreon: August 24, 2016