by Chris Davis
The Play About the Baby, is a wonderfully absurd and smartly (if unevenly) acted meditation on identity that could stand to tighten up in almost every way.
The play itself is repetitive in a way that works although it wears thin in the second act. Still, for folks who love all kinds of theater, not just the hits, this one-weekend-only production by Tony Horne's Mosaic Company is a real treat, full of unexpected, sometimes uncomfortable laughter.
For ticket information and to read an interview with TPATB co-star John Dylan Atkins click here.