Great weekends worth of shows folks. This is going to be quick and dirty today as I am on my way out the door.
Great review from the DCist's Missy Frederick. She says:
Salvador Dali is a beautiful intertwining of such fantastical moments as the one described, and achingly real displays of human interaction. None of this is more apparent than the desperate attempts by Gabriela to connect with and understand her husband, who has been shaped differently by the horrors of war. Salvador Dali deftly plays with the concepts of how much two people who love each other can truly know each other, and whether love can truly be unconditional when lovers themselves have been transformed into near strangers by time and hardship.
Here is the rest of the review. Enjoy and I will have more to tell you tomorrow.
Monday, April 23, 2007
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