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“Powerhouse” Is Excellent; Empowering and Entertaining

October 10, 2022

“Powerhouse,” which just opened (Jeffrey And Paula Gural Theatre At The A.R.T./New York Theatre 103 West 53rd Street–New York City playing through October 30th) jumps into the power dynamics of “big law” and in doing so, skillfully addresses overall issues regarding appropriate (or not) relationships, specifically at work.

On a day talk of nuclear war sent me back, emotionally “under my desk” (alas, do not worry there is no $ in the end of the world), it was stirring to see “Powerhouse,” written by David Harms and directed by Ken Wolf, with its excellent cast illustrate and put some perspective on hypocrisy, power dynamics and the need for and hope of having someone to trust.

Laura Shoop is truly magnificent both lecturing and being the lawyer in and “into,” so called “big law” an entity with heavy perks, but “Pandora’s box” aspects.

Dominick Laruffa Jr., Jennifer Pierro, Kate Levy in for Jana Robbins and Jeorge Bennett Watson are also members of what is a great cast.

I highly recommend seeing “Powerhouse,” as it offers a revealing look and gauge of our seemingly always to be “Victorian past/hypocritical present,” society.

Click below for more information about this fine play including access to ticket purchases.


Powerhouse Playbill - Opening Night



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