Humanity For Animals

Theater: ‘Animal Farm’

Animals face off against humans in “Animal Farm” at TheatreWorks New Milford. Photo by Richard Pettibone

The cast of “Animal Farm” has pulled off an impressive feat on the intimate stage at TheatreWorks New Milford. 

Since the production features minimal props, simple costumes that look like long thermal underwear (there are no fuzzy animal suits in sight) and only a few well-placed pieces of music, the play hinges on the performers to bring George Orwell’s 1945 novella to life. For the 90-minute run time, the cast members shine as they give humanity to these animals.

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