A modern re-telling of the Parsifal myth, The Long Gravel Road revolves around a manís primordial recognition of himself seduced in a cosmic overture and by the idea of Individuation, Carl Jungís term for the life long journey in which a person becomes the complete entity God intended.
Abbott's virtuoso performance and imaginative writing soars above our heads and stabs our hearts and memories. The proscenium is blasted away before our eyes for an hour of pioneering, singular, and thought-provoking theatre.
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Broadway World - Highly Recommended
"...Abbott Alexander is someone who commands presence on the stage. He makes you want to watch him, and it is a treat every moment he's up there, because you have no idea what he will do next, although for the actor performing this meticulously set monologue-dance of sorts, everything has been rehearsed until it has become a part of him. I see that in his work, and I encourage you to go see this outstanding performance..."
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