Ed Rampell: Train To Zakopane is probably one of the most hard hitting plays about bigotry to appear onstage in ages. Among other things, the drama ponders the notion of hiding one’s identity as a survival mechanism.
Ed Rampell: El Dorado’s gold, but of course, is true love. So take someone you love to see a tour de force down the Amazon that never loses its head of steam.
Ed Rampell: Some may find Haupt’s mixture of techniques to be jarring while other viewers will presumably think it enhances this gay liberation saga’s veracity. In terms of film form, perhaps the hybrid The Circle is closest to the docudrama.
Frank McAlpin: With the surge of homeless youth across the nation, often times public schools and particularly teachers and social workers are on the frontlines in identifying, supporting and connecting unstably housed youth with resources.