photo by Joan Marcus
L Morgan Lee brings grace and solidity to several of the play’s kindlier parts, from the hardworking anthropomorphized neuron that supervises Usher’s “sexual ambivalence” to an elderly Broadway fan from Florida who offers our hero some encouragement between acts at The Lion King.
The performers exhibit different strengths, though all are dynamic and engaging. L Morgan Lee is virtuosic in the gospel and semi-operatic moments that go to her.
... his six Thoughts—à la Inside Out or Herman’s Head—which manifest as everything from Self-Loathing (James Jackson Jr.) and Sexual Ambivalence (the crystal-voiced L Morgan Lee)...