/// Water by the Spoonful
Legit Reviews: “Can I please have my passport back?” asks a figure that haunts Elliot, a soldier who served in Iraq who is finding daily civilian and family life hard to take in his old Philadelphia home turf. But all the characters in Quiara Alegria Hudes’ compassionate follow-up to “Elliot: A Soldier’s Fugue” (a Pulitzer finalist) are seeking a kind of visa — one that will allow them to make it to a safe haven in a messed-up world. The world preem is receiving a first-class production, beautifully acted and gracefully helmed by “Elliot” director Davis McCallum at Hartford Stage.
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Water by the Spoonful
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