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Theatre Review: “Radiant Vermin”

June 11, 2016

“Radiant Vermin” playing at 59E59 Theaters (at 59 East 59th Street between Park and Madison Avenues), until July 3rd, is a fascinating, incredibly performed play, written by Philip Ridley and directed by David Mercatali.

The performers, Scarlett Alice Johnson as “Jill” and Sean Michael Verey “Ollie” and Debra Baker “Miss Dee” are incredible.

The story, told with incredible physical skills, by the central characters played by Ms. Johnson and Mr. Verey, is one that says much about society and how in the greedy pursuit of material things, we have lost our moral compass, be it one formed with religious beliefs or a good upbringing, perhaps both.

In entertaining but very real fashion “Radiant Vermin” tells a story and imparts both a great message/warning and asks us an important question about ourselves.

“Radiant Vermin,”  part of the 2016 Brits Off Broadway festival,  is produced by Supporting Wall, Metal Rabbit Productions, and Soho Theatre.

The performance is amazing and not to be missed.

Toward that end, click below for ticket information or call Ticket Central at (212) 279-4200

Radiant Vermin at 59E59 Theaters


Sean Michael Verey and Scarlett Alice Johnson, pictured above in “Radiant Vermin.”




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