When director and designer Stewart Laing comes onstage two-thirds of the way through his production of Jean Genet's elegantly brutal power play to take questions from the audience during the set change, it sums up every deconstructed moment that preceded it. Laing may have obeyed Genet's gender-bending maxim that all parts in his flight of fancy about two maids who role-play their mistress's decadence be played by young male actors, but he takes things much further.
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