Excerpts from Seattle Times review of Ayad Akhtar's 'The Invisible Hand', reviewed by theatre critic Misha Berson.
"… Alexander is outstanding as Bashir, a jumpy, mercurial British-born Muslim caught between two cultures and philosophies. He clearly articulates the conditions that might turn a disaffected man into a fundamentalist revolutionary."
"Three men. One room. A stack of virtual money. Amazing how they can add up to a gripping tale that is so much more than the sum of its parts."
"There’s suspense aplenty in Nick’s race against time. Indeed, 'The Invisible Hand' jolts along like a well-made caper flick, its short, punchy dangling scenes tightly paced by director Allen Nause and a first-rate cast."
"… the taut plot is also a great setup for a fierce psychological match, and a useful colloquy on the American dollar as a force for good and evil."
Read the full review here.
Show runs through September 28th at the ACT Theatre in Seattle, WA. Tickets on sale here.