Through February 7, 2016
Or info@ clagueplayhouse.org
In order to bring attention to local productions of merit at theaters that are not on the Cleveland Critics Circle’s approved list, members of the Circle who attend a community or educational theater production that is perceived as of high quality will have the option of listing that production on the CCC blogsite. This review falls into that category.
This beautiful play is perfectly set in the intimate Clague Playhouse performance space. You start with the multi-layered script, move through the sensible and clear direction by Anne McEvoy, and relish four excellent performances. "Proof" starts by asking how "genius" in any form can disrupt a traditional family, and allows deeper questions from there.Click here to read the complete review at WestLife
The Clague Playhouse production, performed on a wonderfully detailed set designed by Ron Newell, makes this old-fashioned storytelling ring gratifyingly true and fresh.
To see a full review of this show, read Christine Howey's blog Rave and Pan