Flow My Tears the Policeman Said by Philip K. Dick / Adapt. Linda Hartinian

Evidence Room

Flow My Tears the Policeman Said
Flow My Tears the Policeman Said

Joe Fria photo: Sibyl Wickersheimer

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Flow My Tears the Policeman Said
Flow My Tears the Policeman Said

Dorie Barton and Joe Fria photo: Sybil Wickersheimer

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Flow My Tears the Policeman Said
Flow My Tears the Policeman Said

Liz Davies and Joe Fria photo: Sibyl Wickersheimer

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Flow My Tears the Policeman Said

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“No warm fuzzies here. Director Bart DeLorenzo first staged Linda Hartinian’s adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s sci-fi dystopia in 1999, yet the surreal event is more coherent today. DeLorenzo says he’s tinkered with the play, cleaning up sequential gaffes—that’s one explanation. Probably more pertinent is the extent to which our culture has further slid down Dick’s totalitarian sinkhole, rendering what was fantastical only six years ago as more slice of life…If you don’t leave this production feeling slightly ill, you’re in deeper trouble than you could possibly imagine."

-- Steven Leigh Morris, LA Weekly

Evidence Room, March 2005