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a rich performance from Daniel Weyman as Paul, a character who morphs and reflects — and regrets
He remembers nothing about Paul, his partner for the past ten years, whose hurt, confusion and understanding are sensitively conveyed by Daniel Weyman.
He sets his partner free to take a second chance (Weyman handles this sequence beautifully), thereby perhaps changing it from the one Carol had in mind.
Weyman is very touching.
Daniel Weyman nicely calibrates the character’s tactile niceness so that it conveys an oppressive neediness too.
Daniel Weyman conveys Paul’s mix of affection and guilt.
Daniel Weyman helps this production to flare into life.