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Monday, June 04, 2012

'The Typographer’s Dream': Not Your Humdrum Day at Work

Jenny Male, Sarah Ford Gorman and Steven J. Satta-Fleming

“What if people really were their jobs?”  

This is the overriding theme in the Iron Crow Theatre’s 75-minute production of Adam Bock’s The Typographer’s Dream—the final installment of the 2011-2012 season.  It’s a smart, funny and unique theatrical experience that is masterful in its simplicity and clever in its use of language. 
Performed at the Swirnow Theater at the Mattin Center on the Johns Hopkins University campus, the stage is essentially bare except for three tables extended together and three chairs.  At each chair sits a typographer (Margaret, played by Sarah Ford Gorman), a geographer who is Canadian (Annalise, played by Jenny Male), and a stenographer (Dave, played by Steven J. Satta-Fleming). 

For full review, visit MD Theatre Guide.

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