Stage & Dance

March 7, 2014 12:26 PM

Review: Actors Guild's 'Other Hands' is well-acted period piece — from 2006

British playwright Laura Wade's play Other Hands, which opened at Actors Guild of Lexington on Thursday, is a smart, engaging commentary on the crippling effect of technology on the soft, human parts of our relationships and even though it was written in 2006, it already feels like a period piece.

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