‘Swing State’ Review: All Is Not Well in Wisconsin

‘Swing State’ Review: All Is Not Well in Wisconsin

Sep 18, 2023 by NYT > Theater

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  • Advertisement SKIP ADVERTISEMENT Rebecca Gilman’s play, set in a rural farmhouse, sees an image of the decline of Americans’ interdependence in the death of wildflowers.
  • Mary Beth Fisher as Peg in a production of the play “Swing State” at the Minetta Lane Theater
  • Credit...Sara Krulwich/The New York Times Sept. 17, 2023, 9:00 p.m. ET It’s immediately clear what kind of flinty, progressive woman lives in the converted farmhouse depicted onstage in “Swing State,” the play by Rebecca Gilman that opened on Sunday at the Minetta Lane Theater.
  • You can just about sense the recycling bins beneath the working sink and the Obama memoirs in the book-filled sitting room of Todd Rosenthal’s cozy set, a throwback to the hyper-naturalistic style that has for decades dominated American social drama.

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