Listen to the most glowing review of Three Hotels to date! , The Dueling Critics, Kelly Kleiman and Jonathan Abarbanel, discuss Three Hotels for The Arts Section of WDCB News 90.9 FM.
Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/wdcbnews/the-arts-section-08-21-16#t=28:26, starting at 28:26.
"This is perhaps the best production of it I have ever seen...the performers knock it out of the park." --Jonathan Abarbanel
"I think it's a terrific play being wonderfully done...I can't say enough good things about it." --Kelly Kleiman
RECOMMENDED “...features imaginative multimedia visual and sound design, and actors Dave Belden and Jaimelyn Gray bring fierce conviction to their storytelling.” —Albert Williams
***"This excellent production reminds me of the power and deeply woven texture of this frequently produced 80-minute tragedy... Under director Luda Lopatina Solomon, Three Hotels is devastatingly effective.” —Jonathan Abarbanel, Windy City Times
BY JON ROBIN BAITZ
DIRECTED BY LUDA LOPATINA SOLOMON
August 12 - September 17, 2016
Thursday - Saturday @ 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
NO PERFORMANCE September 4
Previews begin August 9, 2016
Athenaeum Theatre Studio Two, 2936 N. Southport Ave., 2nd Floor
Featuring Dave Belden and Jaimelyn Gray
From the writer of Other Desert Cities and the television drama Brothers and Sisters comes the Drama Desk Award nominated Three Hotels, by John Robin Baitz (Outstanding New Play). Set in three different hotel rooms a husband and wife tell their story, separate and alone. Kenneth Hoyle, an American businessman, sells defective baby formula in third world markets. And his wife, Barbara, talks about him, their marriage, and the incident that made this story their reality. In a play that progresses from intellectual cynicism to heartbreaking honesty, Baitz reveals the emotional and physical wounds we all encounter in the face of adversity and heartbreak.