08/03/2010 02:57 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Theater Review: 'Bones' at the Kirk Douglas Theatre

There's a double-whammy irony about the power of the past to shape our lives: the more traumatic the event, the less reliable our ability to recall it accurately -- and the more remote the possibility of moving past it becomes. Such is the equation of psychological paralysis that playwright Dael Orlandersmith charts with devastating effect in the limited-run premiere of "Bones" at the Kirk Douglas Theatre.

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