Absurdist theatre is as reliant on grounded performances as the logic of illogical story. It is a shame that these three plays by Steven Falk are cursed by failures in both of those departments. The playwright is not without dramatically impressive ideas. Speed the Bough begins as a parody of ...
Language is a delicate thread that binds all of us together, whatever our culture, through memory, sense, and soul. When a language disappears, as many have throughout human history, a bit of all of our souls is lost. In his paean to Yiddish, Avi Hoffman struggles with the fading life ...
A collection of original stories—some personal, some fantasy, and some silly half-remembrances—the hereandnow Theatre Company's newest production is a many-layered look at Asian-American experiences in Los Angeles. One of the early pieces is a well-composed ensemble narrative of five actors chronicling their individual families' migration to Los ...
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