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Стеклянный зверинец - отзывы и отзвуки (2)

Sova_Bu
A sight from under the wings
Еще немного цитат из разных источников, все собрано трудолюбивой mrssylar.

It’s not hard to see poetry in Zachary Quinto: he delivers ­every line as if it were verse he had just written. Quinto’s Tom is irritating, exasperating, and selfish (Tom is an aspiring artist, ­after all), and hangdog with his mother, but in his body language he’s protective of Laura.

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People may be more familiar with Quinto’s dark side on TV (“Heroes,” “American Horror Story”) or controlled emotions as Spock in the rebooted “Star Trek” film franchise, but his Tom – a semi-autobiographical stand-in for Williams – thrills with a nuanced, wide-ranging performance. So many gestures and expressions register Tom’s urge to flee his responsibility for his mother and disabled sister, but he is also so conflicted by his love and worry for them. He regrets the need to get away to save himself, but is also almost giddy when he finally makes the decision to chase his own dreams despite the sacrifice.
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It’s Zachary Quinto, though, who commands this stage, which is only fitting considering it’s his character’s play. He makes you feel Tom’s desperation, his need to get out of the house and go to the movies and then to forget about the movies and light out for the territories. Hitting his friend with a newspaper, shoveling his mother’s food into his mouth, or merely putting his hands in his pockets, Quinto makes every gesture count toward the realization that he has to find an alternative to his soul-killing life, both at home and at the warehouse where he works with the Gentleman Caller, “the long delayed but always expected something that we live for.”

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UPD

The American Repertory Theater’s production of Tennessee Williams’ classic play The Glass Menagerie, is a beautiful interpretation of a memory once lost but recaptured for a moment. Zachary Quinto is a brilliant, conflicted, and utterly trapped Tom, who looks back on his past with bittersweet longing, which is represented by a beautifully unified production.
Quinto wows just as much onstage as he does in his film and television roles. He strikes a perfect balance between performing his role and sharing his memory with the characters in it, which weaves together a tapestry of what one might imagine one’s memories to feel like.

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@темы: мнения, Zachary Quinto / Закари Куинто, The Glass Menagerie / Стеклянный зверинец

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2013-02-10 в 16:40 

Египетская мау
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Sova_Bu, кажется, здесь написаны очень лестные вещи. Приятно, и очень, читать это и догадываться о смысле. Как досадно, что погода вмешалась в прогон. Плохо, когда разрушаются чьи-то планы - люди ведь издали готовы были ехать. Как теперь всё сложно, наверное, с обменом билетов и гостиницами... это не то, что должно омрачать спектакль, хочется, чтобы "быта" вокруг было поменьше, чтобы люди не об организации пеклись, а о содержании спектакля. А тут такое.
С другой стороны, что поделать. Может, показы продлят?

2013-02-10 в 23:36 

Sova_Bu
A sight from under the wings
Египетская мау, по-моему, они продлевают только если спрос очень хороший (как с "Ангелами" было), то есть, если есть шанс побольше денег отбить... А тут предлагали только переносы на другие даты.

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