Presented by Brown Box Theatre Co.
Written by N. Richard Nash
Directed by Kyler Taustin
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January 30-February 1 & February 5-8
Atlantic Wharf @ 7:30
290 Congress Street, Boston, MA
Ocean City Center for the Arts @ 7:30
502 94th Street, Ocean City, MD
Review by Kitty Drexel
Trigger Warning: Panic Attacks, emotional violence, minor physically violent episodes – While the majority of the events are non-violent, actions depicted on stage may also trigger PTSD.
(Boston, MA) I must caution that extra-sensitive individuals or individuals with a negative associations with in-patient mental health facilities carefully consider attending Echoes. I mention this because the acting is very good, very realistic and, for this reason, potentially triggering. The play by N. Richard Nash focuses on the how the brain copes with trauma when faced with an unsafe reality. It is also about taking the first impossibly difficult steps from that reality towards treatment. This is difficult enough in real life. This production may impede the good work one has done outside of the theatre. Not attending this production falls under the category of “self-care to stay safe and stable.” Everyone else and their Mom’s uncle’s sister should attend. Continue reading