"Grace" Review: That's Paul Rudd in the Corner

October 5, 2012 12:19 PM

" There may be no better a place than Florida, with its stifling heat, nettlesome insects and aura of last-stand ambition, to set a play about four people grappling with issues of faith.  

" “Grace,” a dark comedy now at the Cort Theatre, finds Steve (Paul Rudd) and wife Sara (Kate Arrington) relocated from Minnesota to the Sunshine State to pursue a real estate venture, Gospel-themed motels (motto: “Where would Jesus stay?”), that is obviously shaky. Steve saw his mother drop dead at 7 and along the way found God. He’s polished up his act, and feels ready to make his stand, obedient wife in tow.   Their condo neighbor, Sam (a magnetic Michael Shannon), is a once-blessed NASA engineer whose life took a terrible turn after a car accident that killed his girlfriend, leaving him riddled with guilt and physically deformed, a space-age Elephant man "

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