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News News. DILLON — Long-term friendships can skate along for years, then suddenly, one person makes a move, and the whole relationship blows up. It leaves friends with a few options: pretend nothing happened and carry on as usual; argue, talk it out and try again; or split up. Serge steps out of the pecking order of his friendship when he purchases an extraordinarily expensive painting, marked by white, diagonal lines on a white background.
His friend and art mentor, Marc, thinks the piece is junk. Their friend Yvan, who has his share of chaos in his own life, just wants to keep the peace.
Only when Yvan, played wonderfully by John Sabal, entered the scene with his comic interludes could I relate to the characters. The Lake Dillon Theatre is the perfect venue for the play. The hour-and minute performance is a perfect length — long enough to delve into the painful aspects of relationships, yet short enough to prevent the audience from feeling emotionally drained. The lack of intermission allows the conflict to unfold and build to a satisfying conclusion.
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