Eric A. Gordon: The question so many people in the world today are asking is: What does it take to turn an ordinary person into a terrorist or assassin?
Ed Rampell: Their conversation runs the gamut, from NAACP strategy to lynching to socialism to voting rights to racism to gender inequality and inevitably to their personal feelings for one another.
Ed Rampell: The REDCAT revival of Wallace Shawn’s 1996 The Designated Mourner is eerily timely, opening amidst the tyrannical Trump regime’s ongoing attack on its critics.
Ed Rampell: Working in the movement elevates Will and Mari with a new consciousness, endowing them with a nobility they could never have attained in their mundane middle class lives, just existing for themselves.
Ed Rampell: Kiss raises numerous questions, of course, about the ongoing debacle unfolding in Damascus, as well as fidelity, monogamy and more.