25 October 2016. Plenty, now at the Public Theater, is the result of a recipe cooked right from the perfect ingredients of casting by Jordan Thaler and Heidi Griffiths as well as the direction of David Leveaux. this is a play by David Hare, and it is well. very, very British. wait a minute. We start nearly at the end with the unconscious naked figure of Raymond Brock (Corey Stoll) lying front and center bleeding, while his wife, Susan Traherne (Rachel Weisz) and her opportunistic friend, Alice Park (Emily Bergl), look over him... The house we are in represented by three very high, nearly bare walls at angles commanded by set designer, Mike Britton and lit by David Weiner, mimicking the troubled grooves and barriers of Susans mind will be left by Susan to the care of Alice... We see young Susan in action as a courier during the Second World War. She is alone at night in a field in France waiting for a drop, but what parachutes in is an Englishman, Codename Lazar (Ken Barnett). Uncertain about what they should do, as both their missions are clearly wrecked, Barnett and Weisz create a subtle sexy humor in the middle of a crazy dangerous situation. Did I say crazy. There is a theory that when the insane are confronted with insane situations, they become sane. Weisz is physically ridged in the beginning of the scene, insisting on rules of protocol. to not even look at the stranger so as not to compromise her mission with the memory of his face. But then, very suddenly, Weisz body folds into Barnett. she is overcome by the very likely possibility of her own death and the loneliness of her service. Whats left to do but break protocol and spend a few hours in each others arms recalling a softer part of their humanity. But Weisz and Barnett keep a degree of chill between them. When the war ends, Susan is left bored and without purpose. Her painful nostalgia for the days of the war are endearing to her eccentric friend, Alice. In Susans sparsely furnished flat, Weisz and Bergl pull the threads of tension tightly in opposite directions due to their characters disconnection from the present. Alice wants a brighter future without real responsibility. She fancies herself a free spirted artist (a con artist, really). Susan longs for the burdensome responsibilities of her past. If only there were some secret dangerous activity for her. Well, why not have an affair in a hotel in. Source: www.newyorktheatreguide.com
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