“gripping, memorable”

Great review from The Brooklyn Paper:

The performances are equally effective, most notably Godfrey Simmons, Jr., as the fated Becket. The archbishop is the meat of the play, as most of the action revolves around his internal struggle, and Simmons’s performance is commanding and full of gravitas. (He might even be too good — at one point following a sermon, several members of the audience responded to the archbishop’s “Amen” is if they were attending Sunday mass).

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Pre-performance with Msgr. Harrington. (Photo: Tom Martinez)
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