The restless Hypatia gets her wish when an airplane skims overhead and crash-lands nearby.
His only passenger, Lina Caralyn Kozlowski , is a dashing circus acrobat from Poland, whose assertive vitality quickly arouses all of the other gentlemen. Eventually a surprising number of proposals — honorable or otherwise — are encapsulated within the comedy, which initially bewildered the critics a century ago but has since proved to be an amiable forerunner of absurdist drama.
Handsomely dressed by Tilly Grimes, the nine-member company portrays these loquacious people with an easy sense of spontaneity.
The driving force in the production is Mr. Adamson, whose expansive Tarleton features a walrus mustache, a rosy complexion and a happy lust for life.
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Whether genially expounding upon the problems of parenting or prowling atop a jardiniere in amorous pursuit of Lina, Mr. Adamson is always a vital presence. He is matched by Ms. Kozlowski in her assured performance as Lina, a tawny beauty who ceaselessly flexes her athletic charms while casually batting away suitors.
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Thank you! The production, recently seen in a national tour, will open its Broadway engagement at the Longacre Theatre October