Summerworks Review: Iceland [2012, Ravi Jain]

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Iceland is an entertaining play that follows a trio of characters through what can be best described as a series of unfortunate events. In what is basically a sequence of monologues, we get to learn about three characters – Kassandra, the Estonian exchange student with a heart of gold, Halim – a Gordon Gekko meets Brad Lamb sort of character and Anna, a conservative overly religious lady down on her luck. The strong performances by the actors involve make the play both engaging and highly enjoyable. I never thought I’d be one to enjoy a play full of monologues but the acting, humor and twist and turns in the script made the hour long play go quickly and I was kind of sad it ended so soon.

Remaining Dates:
Thur. August 16, 5:00 PM
Sat. August 18, 10:00 PM
Sun. August 19, 5:00 PM

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