To no fault of her own, Lizzy Jutila did a fine job reciting Kerry’s words. But she didn’t hold a candle to Lincoln and Wilhelm. The chemistry between the two was unrivaled. From first meet to last interaction, their bond was true. As The New Girl, Lizzy Ana Lincoln was sharp, holding an aura of intrigue in her performance. The New Girl is a master manipulator of emotion and Lincoln was in complete control. Sarah Wilhelm gave a heartbreaking performance as The Smart Girl. Wilhelm portrayed a character that encounters a situation everyone can relate to. Wilhelm is naturally quirky, yet when she broke into the emotional side, Wilhelm was justified. You felt for her.
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Seven Fragments is essentially broken up into its own tiny fragments but when you glue them all together to form the heart of the piece, it doesn’t fit perfectly. Rachel Kerry has a unique vision but an even stronger voice. The dialogue and relationship is what is at the core of this play. And that’s where Kerry shines.