Silent – Reviews Off Broadway; Reivew

Silent, now playing at the Irish Arts Center, is a one man show exploring the life of Tino McGoldrig.  Written and performed by Pat Kinevane, it has a unique tone, wistful and lyrical where many would be self-pitying.   Silent comes to New York with excellent notices and awards, and proves quickly it deserves the advanced press. Silent is a terrific piece of theater.  The direction, by Jim Culleton, is more leisurely paced than a current audience might expect or be comfortable with.  It is more paced at the speed of old silent movies, quick action but lingered reaction.  It is supported by wonderful lighting design, created jointly by the Director and the Writer/Actor.  To watch Silent is to step into Tino’s world and be entranced. read more
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