The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity
Mace is a professional wrestler. He's a really good professional wrestler. He's not the champion though - that's the impossibly charismatic Chad Deity. When Mace discovers a young Indian-American Brooklyn kid whose charisma rivals that of the champ, Mace decides to get him a job in the company. Only problem is, the boss has a very specific plan for the duo: put them onscre...more
Paperback, 1st, 66 pages
Published November 29th 2011 by Samuel French, Inc.
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Sep 09, 2012 Julia Plale rated it 5 of 5 stars
I saw this play when it premiered at Victory Gardens Theatre in Chicago, before it went Off-Broadway. It was an amazing performance. I grabbed the play off the shelf the instant I saw it and re-read it in a couple hours. As I read I had the echoes of the actors' performances in my head, so my opinion of the play is heavily influenced by the fantastic staging I saw a few years ago. But still--it's a great read. It's honest, which is the key to Diaz's humor as well as his drama. Whether you're a w...more
An insightful retelling of the American dream that embraces the idea as much as it critiques it. The characters are instantly likable, and the jokes are genuinely funny. Concise, character driven drama at its finest. I'm not at all surprised it won as many awards as it did. It would be a beast to put on, but I'd still love to see it performed some day, or better yet play a part in producing it. Highly, highly recommended.
Étonnant, différent. Mais pas à la hauteur. Il ne se dit pas grand chose dans cette pièce. Probablement un beau projet de mise en scène, sans plus. L'histoire ne reflète pas une réalité québécoise. Casting difficile à prévoir.