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THEATER REVIEW

REVIEW: Ghent Playhouse's boy-meets-girl love story 'Last Train to Nibroc' is all smoke and no fire

Woman and man sitting side by side on bench

"Last Train to Nibroc" is a boy-meets-girl love story that begins on a crowded train in the winter of 1940 and ends in the spring of 1943 on a porch in rural Kentucky.

GHENT, N.Y. — On its surface, Arlene Hutton’s gentle, unassuming play, “Last Train to Nibroc,” is a boy-meets-girl love story that begins on a crowded train in the winter of 1940 and ends in the spring of 1943 on a porch in rural Kentucky. Simple … and, at the same time, as complex as the lives of Hutton’s characters, May and Raleigh, played by Elisheva Novella and Clayton Rardon in director Sky Vogel’s earnest — if less than fully satisfying — production at Ghent Playhouse.

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Jeffrey Borak is The Eagle's theater critic. 

Jeffrey Borak is The Eagle's theater critic.

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