About an hour into Greater Clements, the latest Idaho-set chronicle of rural desperation by playwright Samuel D. Hunter, a character cuts his hand on an antique drill bit. The moment is tense and dramatic, a physical manifestation of the emotional anguish at the drama’s center. But it doesn’t compare to the metaphorical vein opened by leading actress Judith Ivey, who offers a performance of raw, unflinching honesty across the story’s increasingly bleak three hours…
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Categories: Criticism, New York, PARTERRE BOX, Theater
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