The moment Mark meets David his world is thrown off balance, igniting feelings of excitement and ambivalence. But Mark isn’t sure if David is gay; he isn’t even sure if he is. Filled with the exhilaration of hope and the devastation of missed opportunities, Under Wraps nimbly takes us through Mark’s emotional quest as he learns to let himself out....
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Under Wraps Reviews
47. Under Wraps by Robert ChafeWhen David, an unemployed life guard, walks into a furniture store looking for a job, Mark is instantly in love. The problem is that he has been hiding his gayness, and is not sure if Mark is gay or lot. The two main characters are backed up by a 16 person chorus that is hidden under fabric that shifts to make various sets that are more imaginary than real, sings, and acts just the way a Greek chorus should. I did find Mark’s indecision and unwillingness to come out of the closet rather aggravating, but that was probably very realistic. Chafe loves doing weird things with sets, (such as the electrified stage in Afterimage), and I would like to see this staged because I think it needs the “under-wrapped” chorus to come fully alive.