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Review: Refugia by The Moving Company

Review: Refugia by The Moving Company

Immigration. Refugees. Displacement. These are all politically charged terms, especially in light of our current administration. So how does an elderly white American man fit into all of this? Personally, I don’t think he does, but The Moving Company¬†feels otherwise,…

Vietgone by Qui Nguyen at Mixed Blood

Vietgone by Qui Nguyen at Mixed Blood

I first became a fan of Qui Nguyen when I saw Six Elements Theatre present his play She Kills Monsters, and his new show Vietgone has endeared me to him even more. So much happens in this show that, at…

Uprising Theatre Company’s Prometheus Bound

Uprising Theatre Company’s Prometheus Bound

Greek tragedies aren’t really my thing, but I was too intrigued by this new translation of Aeschylus’ Prometheus Bound by Bryan Doerries to pass it up. The show takes a hard look at the use of solitary confinement in today’s…

Last Chance: The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant

Last Chance: The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant

  From Shadow Horse Theater: This tale of intermingled love and hate was written by Rainer Werner Fassbinder and is one of the most disturbing yet accessible plays he wrote in his short life while writing/directing film and theatre during…

Review: My Life Through History (An Autistic Man’s Journey)

Review: My Life Through History (An Autistic Man’s Journey)

Do you ever wish you could walk in someone else’s shoes for a day? What about the shoes of someone who has autism? When you attend My Life Through History (An Autistic Man’s Journey) by Dylan Ward, presented by Freshwater…