It doesn’t really matter where you begin: The show has three acts; an audience member randomly chooses their order.
Each offers a different perspective on the legal fallout from reaction to the kids’ play — two aspiring Republican politicians (Robert Pavlovich plays a veteran district attorney, while Torie Wiggins is an ambitious African-American attorney) and a gay journalist (Jason Podplesky) with vengeance in mind.
The order I saw made modest sense; if rearranged, I’m not sure how it would work — if that matters.
Abraham Lincoln’s Big, Gay Dance Party continues at Know Theatre through Dec. 23. Go here to read Rick Pender's full review.
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