Saturday, April 20, 2024


NYT on ‘Invisible Hand:’ ‘Powerful and Transfixing Piece of Theater’

The New York Times has high praise for the current Westport Playhouse production of ‘Invisible Hand,’ calling it a “powerful and transfixing piece of theater.” Image
Actors (l-r) Eric Bryant, Jameal Ali and Fajer Kaisi in “Invisible Hand.” (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for

In a review to appear in its Sunday edition and posted online tonight, the newspaper’s reviewer, Sylviane Gold, said of the play by Puliter Prize-winning author Ayad Akhtar: “It’s as intense and visceral a stretch of theater as I’ve ever seen.”

The reviewer praised the actors, director David Kennedy, Playhouse associate artistic director, set designer Adam Rigg, as well as lighting director Matthew Richards and sound director Fitz Patton.

The play continues through Aug. 6.

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