Daniel Veronese’s play Women Dremt Horses (translated by Jean Graham-Jones) is being presented at PS122 as part of their Buenos Aires in Translation [BAIT] series. Women Dremt Horses is strange play about three couples who gather at a dinner party during which secrets are revealed amidst an air of violence. I wasn’t crazy about the play; to me it seemed like Harold Pinter meets Sam Shepard – with all of the vagueness of the former and the heavy-handed symbolism of the later. Thankfully Jay Scheib’s direction keeps things interesting with random bursts of energy, volume and a large collection of intriguing choices by his cast, most notably Aimée Phelan-Deconinck.
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