By Desiree Gezentsvey Circa Theatre | July 24-August 4 The nuclear family, supposedly the most recognisable configuration of the family unit, is best watched on stage through the filter of our own family experiences. This task becomes difficult, however, when the on-stage family of said play is nigh on impossible to follow. Desiree Gezentsvey’s Nuclear Family, directed by James Hadley, suffers from a very fundamental problem; it is hard to know what is going on.
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