Review + Photos: ‘Brilliant Lies’ is honestly good

Brilliant Lies (photo: SarahJayn Kemp) Brilliant Lies is the type of play that will make you uncomfortable in a good way. It’s a dark comedy that pulls its darkness from the inkiest parts of the human condition, our most fallible urges and taboo crimes. At points, it is hard to distinguish whether the audience is laughing from humorous satisfaction or collective nervous giggling. With dialog that is weighted with content that is hard to hear, it is also the type of play that can devolve into a spastic cringe-fest when that dialog is spoken with a dose of cheesy inauthenticity. [...]

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