The premise of Good Grief, Sidney
is simple: Walter's wife has died and in order to come to terms with his grief he has written a play. The antagonist in the play is Sidney, Walter's atavistic other self. Walter feels he owes it to himself and to his wife to remain the aggrieved widower; Sidney however, wants to get laid. He's not so much an alter-ego as an alter-id.
The actor playing Walter was nervous and awkward,… Continue
Posted on August 24, 2008 at 10:21am