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Some playwrights dip into the pool of odd New Yorkers, set them in a room together, and call that a play. Others actually listen to what those characters have to say. Bekah Brunstetter belongs to that latter camp, and her new play, I Used to Write on Walls is a blast to watch. With outstanding performances from Maggie Hamilton and Darcie Champagne, the play follows the hearts of several confidence-less woman as they all get lost in the surfer physique and rambling philosopher intellect of Trevor (Jeff Berg). At times, there's a little too much craziness, which co-directors Diana Basmajian and Isaac Byrne might want to look at, but for the most part, it's easy to get lost in this bi-polar comedy, a dizzying last chance for satisfaction.
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