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Best play: 'Dot'

Playwright Colman Domingo’s flair for capturing what makes us human, with all the pleasure, disappointment and fear that entails, is beautifully realized in “Dot,” a study of an African-American matriarch slipping into Alzheimer’s. Without pushing too hard or laying on the sentimentality, Domingo explores a family drama with disarming grace and humor, qualities that characterized Everyman Theatre’s production in December/January. Heading the vivid cast, directed by Vincent Lancisi, was Sharon Hope, whose performance in the title role revealed remarkable depth and warmth. 

— Tim Smith

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Dawn Ursula, left, and Sharon Hope in Colman Domingo's "Dot" at Everyman Theatre.
Dawn Ursula, left, and Sharon Hope in Colman Domingo's "Dot" at Everyman Theatre. (HANDOUT)
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