Faust (The Broken Show) in The New Yorker

“Dyer is intent on a kind of holy failure: he runs technical cues from a cell phone, which he hands to the audience, encouraging them to whack away at the controls, and he tries to invoke a supernatural power by painting a pentacle, an effort that collapses mid-ritual. Is he talking metaphorically about success here? Is the Devil not taking his calls? Yes and yes.”⁠

Read Helen Shaw’s full review of Faust (The Broken Show) in The New Yorker

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