The theme may be Black love, but the dramatist is too smart not to invite all of us to consider (or perhaps even reconsider) our personal definitions of what love means and how that changes the ways we relate to each other.
Dawn M. Simmons
Theater Review: “Young Nerds of Color” — Making the Invisible Visible
Young Nerds of Color feels like a bit of an experiment, and it is the kind of creative research that we should hope will continue.
Theater Review: “The Wiz”: Not in Kansas Anymore
A delicious, comforting gumbo of a Wiz with all the right ingredients for an upbeat, entertaining evening (or afternoon) at the theater.
Theater Review: “Men on Boats” — A Trip with its Ups and Downs
Men on Boats is a sometimes rollicking, at other times tedious, one-act play.
Theater Review: “Warrior Class” — Political Tragedy or Farce?
Though Kenneth Lin wrote Warrior Class in 2012, it is easy to see its resonances with the 2016 election cycle.
Theater Review: “Saturday Night/Sunday Morning”—As Expected as the Sunrise
Dramatist Katori Hall’s narrative unfolds with few surprises: every revelation, every secret, every comeuppance is foreshadowed.