Jason Grote’s clichéd play about a trio of lost, aimless souls proves to be utterly fascinating when presented as a theatrical installation that turns theatergoers into voyeurs lurking just on the fringes of the actions.
Peggy Shaw’s “Ruff,” about her 2011 stroke, part of P.S. 122’s Coil Festival, is playful and moving, a surprising, multidimensional exploration of a uniquely human burden, the mind.
Writer-director Tina Satter’s impressive “Seagull (Thinking of you),” in P.S. 122’s Coil Festival, is a distilled contemporary homage to the emotional chaos that informs Chekhov.