Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, NM)

Adobe Theater's 'Scotland Road' is a slight, sly mystery.

Byline: Ann L. Ryan For the Journal

"Scotland Road," the Adobe Theater's latest offering, is a little late for the Titanic mania that swept us up a couple of years ago although I still see advertisements for Rose dolls, complete with trunk and evening gown.

This is a nifty little mystery about a young woman (Jill Weinshenker) found floating on an iceberg by a Norwegian fishing trawler in the early 1990s.

Dressed in authentic 1912 clothes, the one word she speaks is "Titanic." Is she real? A hoax? A ghost? As the play begins she is mute.

Mute, and tortured because of that by John (Jeffrey Jacquin), who has some overweening need to know who this young woman is. …

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