Sex. Lies. Art. How far would you go to achieve your dreams?
A blistering contemporary tale of love, twisted morals , deception and intrigue, Keith Bunin’s (The World Over, The Busy World Is Hushed) THE CREDAUX CANVAS originally premiered in 2001. This excellent revival, directed by Ross McGregor, blazes intimately forth from the Reginald at the Seymour Centre.
The play is in four scenes, somewhat cinematic in style, and features a biting, witty script. The work brings to mind other plays about the art world, Yasmina Reza’s Art and David Williamsons Up For Grabs?
Those of us who have been to art school are at home with the ‘art speak’ critique and analysis of paintings necessarily part of this show. Other theatre patrons may struggle a little. Continue reading The Credaux Canvas @ The Reginald