Theater review: The meaning of life examined in Blue Barn's 'Gnit'

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Posted: Saturday, February 22, 2014 12:00 am

“Gnit,” a mix of reality and absurdism, comedy and tragedy that's a challenge to categorize or even describe, has an uncanny knack for indicting its title character while simultaneously casting a questioning eye on the rest of us.

“It just kept getting sadder,” I heard an audience member say to her companion while exiting the theater after Thursday's opening at the Blue Barn Theater. Yet the audience laughed a lot.

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