Lippy, Young Vic

Joanna_Banks_Liv_O_Donoghue_Adam_Welsh_Eileen_Walsh_and_Caitriona_Ni_Mhurchu_in_Lippy_at_the_Young_Vic._Photo_by_Ellie_KurttzHow do we respond to a tragedy of infinite mystery? We investigate, we speculate, and we seek to impose meaning, to produce a story that safely contains unfathomable horror. However, those hoping for such reassurance via a traditional theatrical narrative in Bush Moukarzel and Dead Centre’s Lippy will come away disappointed. This darkly Absurdist piece floats searching, fundamental questions, but answers came there none.

Read my full theartsdesk review here

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