Beneath the glorious, lyrical playwright, Tennessee Williams was all about lust.Read More
Author: Elise Marenson
There are a lot of laughs in “The Way West” about a family’s descent into debt and insolvency. With humor in pathos, playwright Mona Mansour captures the tenuous way many Americans are living nowadays, financially over their heads with no job security, or worse, permanently unemployed.Read More
The ensemble cast works beautifully together, bringing their characters and relationships to life with truth. Their realism is a gift to audiences accustomed to glossy cue to cue acting. Though this community’s disaster isn’t ours, its emotions and fabric of human connection are universal.Read More
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