A WOMAN, A PART (Elisabeth Subrin)

Elisabeth Subrin’s A Woman, a Part is an all-too-rare showcase for Maggie Siff wrapped in all-too-common pedestrian packaging.

More rarities:

  1. Showing a character railing Ritalin (otherwise known as snorting to all you uncool non-degenerate healthy cats).
  2. An on-screen appearance by The Object Lesson’s Geoff Sobelle, a cutting-edge, live-performance artist.
  3. A title with multiple meanings: she’s an actress struggling to find the right “part” she’s supposed to play on the screen and in her real life; as such, she feels “apart” from her true self.

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