Seanachai Theatre presents THE SEAFARER.
It’s Christmas time. Richard plans to spend the holiday blind-stinking drunk…literally. Brad Armacost (Richard) is a boozer who lost his eyesight. No one in Chicago plays a sloshed Irishman more charming than Armacost. In The Seafarer, Armacost is hilariously inebriated. A vivid storyteller, Armacost has this marvelous ability to draw the audience in to his drama and turn it into a jocular adventure. He amuses everyone but his brother, played by the stalwart Dan Waller (Sharky).
Read the rest of my review at Chicago Theater Beat.
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