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The Other Place - Full Length Play

The Other Place

Sharr White

Full Length Play

2m, 2f

ISBN: 9780822225393

Just as Juliana Smithton's research leads to a potential breakthrough,…

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"Sudden flares of uncontrolled feeling appear like lightning flashes from a sky that was clear just moments before…Gradually our faith in this seemingly most reliable of narrators is undermined by deftly disclosed pieces of information." —NY Times. "…a haunting drama…so cleverly constructed that the nature and depth of the problem isn't revealed until the last shattering scene." —Variety. "[A] wonderful surprise…in which we the audience collectively discovered we'd been had. And that we'd liked it." —Village Voice. "Four stars…[an] engrossing new drama." —Bloomberg News. "…you can't avert your eyes from [this] slowly unfolding drama." —NY Post. "White's first major New York production…shows him as a crack craftsman who knows how to hook an audience." —NY Daily News. "White juggles the various pieces of his play with a skillful hand, folding them together with an uncanny ability to know exactly how much to give away and when." —NY Press. "[Juliana] is an unreliable narrator of the greatest sort, and…THE OTHER PLACE proceeds to rip hole after hole in her story and add mystery after mystery to her past." —Entertainment Weekly.


2m, 2f


Sharr White

Sharr White's plays include Six Years (30th Anniversary Humana Festival of New American Plays at Actors Theatre of Louisville); The Dream Canvas (downtown New York at Todo Con Nada); The Last Orange Dying (off-Broadway at the Ohio); Safe from the Future (off-Broadway at Raw Space); Heaven and All Things Lovely (far above Broadway in the Mariott Marquis, room 3806); Iris Fields (Lincoln Center ... view full profile

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