Divided Loyalties

25 February, 2015 Theater No comments
Divided Loyalties

Danai Gurira’s The Convert is a wrenching battle between traditional culture and colonial “civilization.”

My review is in the Marin Independent Journal. Read more

Faust Talking

Faust Talking

So Hamlet, Martin Luther and Doctor Faustus walk into a college, and that thing’s the play.

My review of Wittenberg at Aurora Theatre Company is on KQED Arts. Read more

The Right Kind of Trouble

10 September, 2010 Theater 1 comment
The Right Kind of Trouble

Alice Childress’s play Trouble in Mind feels both very much of its time and ahead of it. First presented off-Broadway in 1955, a month before Rosa Parks refused to give up her bus seat to a white passenger in Montgomery, it’s full of the energy of the early days of the Civil Rights Movement, the sense that something has to change.

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