Director Jess Chayes has done all that is humanly possible to stage a lively live production under Zoom constraints.
The stories in Citrus exhibit a powerful commonality: these portraits of th3e experiences of black women suggest that, over time, everything and nothing has changed.
Cyberspace begins to look like a hostile place for women, as dangerous as a frat party. Females log-on at their peril.
According to Wellesley Centers for Women study, women hold only 20% of the artistic leadership positions in America’s regional theaters.
A less skilled playwright might have gone for the obvious and focused on mercy-killing and the ravages of Alzheimer’s.