“The Pitmen Painters” — Two Reviews

“Ryan Alan Jones has a formidable outburst at the top of Act II that brought Picasso’s iconic, anti-war “Guernica” to bleeding, breathing life.”


“Jones’ unemployed lad is eager for knowledge. His scene arguing with Miller’s Marxist Harry over the presence of Freudian symbols in his political art is a true gem (the workers had just recently completed an Intro to Psychology class and, hence, the lad’s cursory knowledge of Freud.)”


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