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Incomplete Conversations
Incomplete Conversations

Incomplete Conversations
Silent Theatre Company at Tapestry Fellowship Church
Thru - Nov 23, 2019

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Silent Theatre Company at Tapestry Fellowship Church

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Chicago Reader- Highly Recommended

"...By the end of the night and the show's grand finale, Eddy's actual "service," every secret is in the open. Faith, pride, and death's mystery all enter the picture. What an astonishing play."
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Max Maller



Third Coast Review- Highly Recommended

"...But the unique pleasure of Incomplete Conversations is its scatter-shotness, the small moments and snippets of dialogue witnessed for as long or as short a time as each viewer desires. There’s plenty to dig into in each of the church’s rooms throughout the runtime. Voss has crafted an array of juicy characters to inhabit this drama. The cast is uniformly excellent here, nimbly modulating performances for audience members who may be sitting next to them, or entering and even exiting rooms at a moment’s notice. Eddie’s mourners include histrionic parents, quarrelsome siblings, and a few mysterious guests who reveal their identity in small asides and in Eddie’s flashbacks (I was particularly moved by Gillian Hastings’ Alice and Dina Marie Walters’ Abigail)."
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Matthew Nerber



Picture This Post- Recommended

"...For this writer though, it’s the over-the-top antics of the ghost pastor that so delight. (No details on these, in order to steer clear of spoiler terrain.) Audience members of a certain age might similarly be reminded of Topper’s pratfalls we watched on black and white TV. If you get to this performance soon—at least the first time you go—you too might find the ghost themes so Halloween perfect."
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Amy Munice