Tell Me When It Hurts
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★½ "Lisa Scott's play concerns Dr. Guy Better and his nurse, Kit Smart, on a night when their night clinic must handle a distraught woman who keeps quoting 'Othello' and a cross-dressing thespian, all while Nurse Smart tries to fix the X-ray machine. I'm sorry — I meant the 'radiant energy apparatus,' which the be-goggled and roller-skating Smart hopes to transform into a machine that, rather like 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,' could eradicate pain through 'the compression of traumatic memories.' Jason Paul Smith's high-energy staging for Three Cat Productions goes for a steampunk aesthetic. But Scott never lets us know where in the world we are or why we should care about characters who are little more than a collection of irksome quirks." -Kerry Reid