I know I’ve harped on it before, but I see it so often: Young theatre artists falling too in love with, and revering too much, a play’s poetry. It’s most common with Shakespeare’s plays. Actors (and the directors that lead them) show so much reverence and love of the poetic text that the characters portrayed fail to be human. Then, when characters lose their humanity, these shows become difficult to watch. This is the case with Right Brain Project’s production of Electra Garrigó.