IvankaPlay review the Trumps are no laughing matter in limp comedy

Despite a solid solo performance from McLean Peterson, theres little funny about the presidents refusal to act on gun control Is McLean Petersons fault. Under Rachel Darts precise direction, she is sharp as Charles Gershmans script dips tentatively into the struggle between Ivankas role as daughter and adviser, and when she sees a news bulletin about children separated at the border, she attempts mediation. Maybe we should care about this one, she says sweetly. He says no he needs the vote and placates her with money and attention. Sharp … McLean Peterson in IvankaPlay. Photograph: Gokce Pehlivanoglu The talk of gun control is vague and generic, with all the humour relying desperately on knowing chuckles. The moment that most acutely …