Home Divadlo

latest news

Recieve HoME updates

Your e-mail:

Flush - reviews


A detainee's and interrogator's relationship reveals the guts of power grasped, denied, and surrendered. Explores power and complicity in the 21st century. Physical theater with elements of interactivity.

Read more..

Charles Donelan, Santa Barbara Independent, October 2009

"Billed as a two-man show, Flush actually involved a larger cast, since the audience was drawn into the action, both onstage and off, at several points in the evening. This is a very demanding work, both for the actors -- James Donlon and Howard Lotker -- and for the spectator.
It explores difficult subject matter, specifically the use of torture for interrogation, and persistently erases the fourth wall separating the audience from the actors onstage. Flush, a world premiere, was one of the most memorable and important shows to be seen here this season.

Read the whole review (PDF file)