DCMetroTheaterArts: “a Crime worth every heartbeat”

Wonderfully, thirty-five years have not dimmed the power of Henley’s script. Powerful men still wield their power, and the women caught in their grip still suffer the backlash even as they grit and bear it.
Crimes of the Heart is dark humor on estrogen, as guffaw meets coma and suicide says hello to chuckle, but to make the play belly laugh the existential despair must be as real as the desire to endure it.
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