Wednesday, August 07, 2013
Seattle's The Stranger reviews Madeleine George's play Precious Little.

Ultimately, the play ends without reaching its destination. This failure mirrors Heidegger's failed attempt to reach the heart of being in his incomplete work Sein und Zeit. In that book, we only get to the waiting room of being and never actually enter the door to the core. With Precious Little, we are left in the waiting room of language with a bad fetus, a sad babushka, a research project in disarray, and a gorilla that is hiding some crucial secret.
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