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REVIEW: “The Children” at Brüka Theatre

By Kylie Masznicz

“The Children” is about three elders who catch up on life since the local nuclear plant contaminated their coastal town. Rose visits Hazel and Robin, but has more motive to see them than she initially lets on…

This is a one-act play with no intermission. One scene, no set changes. I wished there was more dynamism to the production…

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