Pattern of Life

Pattern of Life seems more haunted by the difficulties of coming to any solid perspective on America and the Middle East. It doesn’t give in to the hopelessness of what’s happening there, but it acknowledges that there aren’t many towns called hope in that area of the world. Director Bridget Kathleen O’Leary underlines the dramatic possibilities of the script…” – Ed Siegel, WBUR

“Bridget Kathleen O’Leary did a superb job of bringing the show together and helping it come to life. This is exactly what theater should be doing for us-helping us to feel and examine hidden, powder-keg corners of our culture and lives.” – David Brooks Andrews, Wicked Local

Nael Nacer as Rahmat and Lewis D. Wheeler as Carlo, in New Repertory Theatre’s production of PATTERN OF LIFE, by Walt McGough. Photo by Andrew Brilliant. Set by Courtney Nelson, Lights by Nate Jewett, Sound by Ed Young, Costumes by Leonard Choo. — New Repertory Theatre at Boston University Theatre Lane-Comely Studio 210, co presented with New Repertory Theatre and BCAP • June 14 -29, 2014