Though global turmoil surrounds the personal episodes depicted onstage in “The Pianist of Willesden Lane,’’ the overall atmosphere created by performer Mona Golabek and director Hershey Felder in this 90-minute solo show at the Paramount Center is one of quiet intimacy. It’s as if she is leafing through a family album, summoning memories, sharing confidences, showing us the pictures and explaining why so many pages are empty.
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