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Delirium's Daughters
Off Broadway, Theatre Row's Clurman Theatre

Reviewed by Sarah Weber

BOTTOM LINE: Four suitors desperately try to win the hand of a stubborn patriarch’s three daughters.

Commedia dell’arte cleverly meets modern sensibilities in this comedy that delightfully exemplifies its own title—delirium. Nicholas Korn has taken the spectrum of madness in our daily lives and condensed it into a 70 minute romp. Delirium’s Daughters takes place in the villa of Signore Di Lirio (Branislav Tomich), a lively though senile man who lives very happily with his three daughters: the classy Terresa (Deanna Gibson), the headstrong Marina (Stephanie Nicole Kelley), and the savvy Celia (Kerry Frances)...

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