Author: Margret Echeverria

Prodigal Son

The Prodigal Son of the Bible finds his way home to his father who weeps with joy at his return. Chalamet’s journey as young Quinn in Shanley’s Prodigal Son weaves his way through two father figures who ultimately betray him to find his way to a more modern interpretation of the parable: One is home when one finds love and respect for one’s whole self. It’s a lesson not many of us ever really learn before forty, much less before eighteen.

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Washer/Dryer

Sometimes you just want to be entertained, to laugh a lot, not be required to think too hard and just simply enjoy yourself at the theatre. No crying. No deep philosophical existential questions. Washer/Dryer is just this kind of light delight – good clean fun like a fresh load of towels straight from the laundry.

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Bronx Gothic

I looked up “Gothic” in a couple of dictionaries and found among the variable definitions this:  “of or relating to a style of writing that describes strange or frightening events that take place in mysterious places.” ...

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