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"Came Tumbling After", Terrific Production at The National Theater of Uptown, New York

Claire Brownell, Joe Delafield in "Came Tumbling After," 
The National Theater of Uptown Last night I went to a production I knew next to nothing about. I had a postcard from one of the theater's founding artistic members, Leanne Borghesi, with the title and address in Hamilton Heights, Manhattan. On the postcard, there is a photo of a woman with blood running down her face. I didn't like it.

I was blown out of the water. This original play,"Came Tumbling After," was the most riveting piece of theater I've seen in a long time. It's intimate....just a small group is allowed to see it at a time. You are seated so close to your neighbor that when you gasp, or even more accurately, when you stop breathing, you do so collectively.

This is one of those rare moments when everything comes together and is of equal quality, creating a theatrical experience of great power. The suspenseful and deeply provocative script about what happens to a couple after an act…

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