Presented by The Institute of Contemporary Art
Review based on the Oct. 6, 2013 performance
Barbara Lee Family Foundation Theater at the ICA
100 Northern Ave.
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Review by Gillian Daniels
(Boston) The Institute of Contemporary Art is a glass and steel structure near the shore. On a gray, rainy Sunday, it looks imposing and a little unnerving. I’m reminded of the cold skyscrapers in Manhattan in my first visit there to see Miranda July on stage. This isn’t a bad state of mind to be in. Coincidentally, my first exposure to Miranda July was when I lived in New York and read her book of short stories, No One Belongs Here More Than You (2007). I was enchanted with her writing, its self-deprecating jokes and nervous whimsy. It appealed to me in a city where I often felt unanchored. Continue reading