"The Voysey Inheritance" as adapted by David Mamet continues the Remy Bumppo tradition of finely crafted, superbly acted, yet safe productions. I miss the days when Remy Bumppo put on fiery productions like "Hapgood" and "The Secret Rapture", which is not to say that "Voysey" is not good. It's very good, and it's receiving just the perfectly calibrated production that it deserves. And in these days when the consequences of Wall Street greed are being exposed, it's a perfectly timed revival.
Rating: *** (out of *****)