Not available. Professional reviewers are united in their praise for F Murray
Abraham's cantankerous performance. There is also a lot of praise for Polly
Sullivan's set design, and Hampton's translation is considered up to the job.
The trouble is the slightness of the play itself. Short isn't a fault, but too
little grounding in reality is, seems to be the opinion.
Daniel Weyman (Martin) and Naomi Frederick (Gina) are either adequate or left
floundering, depending on the reviewer read, while Jonathan Cullen either
provides comic relief or a distraction as the Administrator of the course.
The pace is smart enough, and the acting strong enough to make this worth
watching, but there could have been more to it, seems to be the verdict.