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Clean Cut

 

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After the death of a roommate she hardly knew, Lilith and her friend Isabelle are left to sort through the clothes, books, and other possessions he left behind—until a surprise discovery occasions panic, moral qualms, and other strong feelings. Evelyn Rollans, the playwright, is to be commended, for Clean Cut is a considered and well-scripted play. The main action is very much in the middle, framed comfortably on either side by perambulating and expositional dialogue. In at least one way, it is Rollans’ craft that saves the show, for the acting, though clearly not half-assed, leaves something to be desired. There is a great deal of both sadness and outrage in Clean Cut, neither of which are especially well-articulated. Relatable in many ways to the poor, apartment-dwelling 20 or 30-something in all of us, Clean Cut is, despite its flaws, worth taking in. – Will Belton 
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