A timely and intelligent look at love
Theatre: In On It. Written by Daniel MacIvor. Smock Alley, Dublin. Until April 25th. Rating ***.
In On It by Canadian writer Daniel MacIvor defies the idea of a ‘well made play’. On the surface, it’s less a single coherent narrative and more a series of scenes – some obviously interconnected, some less so. But despite the play’s fragmentation, MacIvor supplies enough clues for the audience to piece the stories together, all the while commenting on the process of creating theatre.
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