Niel LaBute’s love of language and the anxieties of using it is enormously appealing. In each of the seven short plays that make up Autobahn the characters question whether they’re using words correctly, whether they’ve captured exactly what they mean, whether they’ve cheapened a term by overusing it. On one level Autobahn is an exploration of all the ways people can fail to communicate with each other, verbally and non-verbally. The text is so rich that it gives the actors plenty of room to explore, and Savio(u)r do a great job bringing the series of short plays to life.
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