It’s not necessarily my favorite version of that photo - as you can see, Trent (left) is shadowed by the frame and his hat, and the expressions on the boys aren’t quite concrete and cohesive. You can tell this shot is a setup, rather than fluidly moving through a scene.
Review - Not Enough Air - Central Square Theater - Boston Globe
Oh, Louise Kennedy, how I heart you. It’s been quite a while since you’ve come to Central Square Theater, and I’m so glad you came to Not Enough Air.
This is fast becoming the iconic shot of the show. I have mixed feelings about it, as it doesn’t show the leading lady’s face, but the composition is fantastic and it shows the basis of the struggle of the play: does one submit to their work or to their personal life?
If you had to choose, which would it be? Your work or your love? Your art or your relationships? Your work or your art?