“Romeo and Juliet” quickly morphed into a symbol for the universal struggle of young lovers, and playwright Jordan Seavey’s 2016 opus “Homos, or Everyone in America” at San Diego’s Diversionary Theatre wants us to find a parallel universality in the tumultuous affair of two young gay men from Brooklyn . . .Read More
Young Gidion’s death by hanging is a loss from which his mom will never recover — and in Innermission Productions’ good
‘Gidion’s Knot,’ educational protocol is as much the culprit as anything.
The world can be a deeply errant place, but it has nothing on its own past. Clifford Odets’ ‘Awake and Sing!’ is 82 years old, after all, and it’s a decided reflection on today’s craziness — you’ll find the parallels abundant in New Village Arts’ excellent production.Read More