“In these plays, part of my job is to unflatten history in a way that’s engaging, and also shows us that it’s okay for us to feel overwhelmed and confused and scared by the world — that we’re not so different from the people who came before us. They got through it, and we will, too.”
Theater Commentary: Peering into the Post-Covid Future for the New Play Sector
I’m curious to see what happens next. I’ll keep writing plays, but I might need to hone my skills as a handyman just in case this whole theater thing doesn’t pan out.
Theater Review: “The America Plays” — Aisle of the Dead
Listening to the dead speak, amid the natural grandeur of Mount Auburn Cemetery, is a moving experience.
Fuse Theater Review: “Blinders” — Choppy Political Satire
Patrick Gabridge’s political satire presents some intriguing sci-fi-like concepts, but the play falls into too many narrative potholes.