by Michael Meigs
Published on October 08, 2019
HANG is a three-character, slow-motion, high-resolution view of naive good intentions smashing into the messy business of collateral damage and revenge. You just can't look away. Nor should you.
It's devilishly difficult to craft a review of debbie tucker green's Hang without flinging spoilers. This is because the playwright's structural approach to this story is based on withholding information. We don't know these three persons' names; they're identified only as One, Two and Three. More to the point, we don't know why Nadine Mozon as Three, a married woman who underwent some terrible trauma (what?) inflicted by someone (who?) has come to this …