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Review: TCTP’s ‘Oleanna’ will get in your head

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Robbie San Juan, left, and Devon Rose in The Classics Theatre Project’s ‘Oleanna.’ (Courtesy photo) Considering a night out at the theater?

Oleanna will serve up lots to talk about for any post-show drinks or dinner. The Classics Theatre Project’s latest production of the provocative David Mamet play opened last week and it will be sure to be a challenging watch bolstered by strong performances.Robbie San Juan and Devon Rose bore the story’s weight as characters in perpetual battle and convincingly so.

April Miller directed the two-character play that centered on a college professor, John, accused of harassment and more by a female student, Carol.

The premise alone already evokes thought. Especially in today’s dialogue of equity and agency and in the #metoo movement, Oleanna was an experience that spoke to all of that but from a different time.

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