Arts and Entertainment
Published: September 18, 2013
Anyone involved in the 24-hour production of Beckett’s Play gets mad props from us. But Hinderberger brought such a varied range of emotion to her performance, from unhinged drunkenness to sincere desperation and even actual, if momentary, glimpses of happiness, that her performance was unforgettable. Add to that Macbeth, where she played the male lead as if it was no big thing but brought the Scottsman to convincing life, liberating the Bard’s words from the shackles of tradition. We hope that smart directors give Hinderberger plenty of chances to display her emotional and intellectual range.