The Record/ Saratogian
‘The God Game’ Reviewed
The dilemma is fresh and relatable because it includes decent, passionate people who care very much about each other and the world in which they live. That world, by the way, is both the public world and their private worlds.
It is about individuals examining their own beliefs and considering how much they are willing to sacrifice for ambition and the public’s good.
Lisa is the glue of the production and Yvonne Perry shows her to be the most vulnerable of the three, yet in many ways she the most reasonable and morally centered person on stage.
A strong story, excellent individual acting and sensitive direction by Kristen Coury make this a special production.