Wild Goose Dreams Score 83%

Wild Goose Dreams

Hansol Jung’s “Wild Goose Dreams” is a couple of good ideas that got drunk at a bar in Vegas and wound up in an Elvis chapel and got married. They tried to make it work, but they should really get a divorce.  Individually, they’re terrific.  But they don’t belong together.  He’s a little bit binary, she’s a little bit Grimm’s Fairy Tales.  I know, I know, they say opposites attract and that may be true.  Doesn’t mean they belong together for the long haul.

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The Other Josh Cohen Score 80%

The Other Josh Cohen

These Joshes score an “I’m a mensch!” factor of 10 and the finale is so sweet it will hurt your teeth. But, this journey toward love and self-esteem is told with wit and charm, and is performed by a cast oozing with charisma. Like the pints of ice cream that Josh gobbles down, this confection, er, I mean production, proves impossible to resist.

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American Son Score 93%

American Son

Review by Tulis McCall This is a play that will stay with you. in American Son Christopher...

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Eve’s Song Score 95%

Eve’s Song

Patricia Ione Lloyd’s “Eve’s Song” is a searing exposé of what it means to be black and female in America today.  Much has been talked, written and protested about the perils of young black men in this country recently, with good reason. Racial disparity in job opportunities, incarceration rates and unemployment rates are well documented and discussed.  Violence against black men, especially by law enforcement, has been the cause of national attention and debate for several years, spawning whole movements such as Black Lives Matter.  But the specific toll on black women, and the violence done to them, often gets buried on the back pages of newspapers.  With “Eve’s Song,” Patricia Ione Lloyd does what women have always done through the ages, looks with compassion, humor, insight, bravery and unwavering strength at what has to be done, and takes it on.

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