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Relaying the amorous adventures of a time-travelling, gender-fluid hero, the novel reads like a burst of linguistic energy. Its exuberant sentences have an air of the rococo, full of descriptive ornament and syntactical digression. But rather than zero in on these topics, and pull out their potentially powerful relevance, the production is pervaded by a feeling of neutrality.
Orlando only works as a novel in the way it exercises aesthetics and form. All this modernist destabilization of authority is taken out of the play, which uses three actors John Jarvis, Craig Lauzon and Alex McCooeye as narrators.
The play begins with Orlando Sarah Afful as a nobleman in 16th-century England. He catches the eye of the aged Queen Elizabeth played by Jarvis in a red wig.
Taking an immediate, lascivious interest in the young man, the Queen proposes a game that, from a contemporary perspective, looks exploitative; Orlando must kiss the decades-older woman no matter what the outcome.
This feeling of a story that moves forward without conflict or resolution might summarize the production as a whole. The novel is known for being sexually ahead of its time partly because of the way it makes gender-identity irrelevant to attraction.
Woolf wrote the title-character with her lover Vita Sackville-West in mind. Courtesy of Soulpepper Yet Darychuk approaches this romance with a Victorian reserve.
There are no imagistic risks and little chemistry or corporeality between Afful and Beaty. Then, in the decisive moment when Orlando wakes up a woman in 18th-century Constantinople, the effect is anticlimactic, with Afful merely crossing the stage wrapped in a sheet.
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