REVIEW: And When I Die: O19’s Let Me Die (for Parterre Box)

Joseph Keckler in Let Me Die at Festival O19. (Photo by Johanna Austin / AustinArt)


For the academics who may be reading this: Let Me Die exists in a confounding but intriguing interpretive liminal space.

For the rest of us, I’ll be less fancy-schmancy and more direct about this intermissionless 80 minute theater piece, which explores opera’s fascination with death: creator and featured performer Joseph Keckler wants to have his cake and eat it, too…

Read the full review at Parterre Box.

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