Dick Price: It was overkill, every bit of it—the grunt, the huge swing, the twisting hips, the spray of perspiration, even the unsteady lumbering back toward the middle.
“F#@k I Love U” Review Following hard on the heels of the scintillating “Still…” comes “F#@k I Love You,” the evening’s second one-act play, again written and directed by playwright Lucky Mor and also produced by Karina Farah. Douglas Winston, Mor’s character, is a successful black Los Angeles councilman who was raised by a wealthy […]
Santa Fe High School. Parkland High School. Columbine. Most of us, if we follow the news at all, can recall the site of at least one schoolhouse mass murder. There have been 23 school shootings so far this year, so we’re bound to remember one. And some of us no doubt can recall the names […]
Dick Price: This comedy with an edge lays bare the empty soul at the heart of a “market-based” economy that values only the bottom line, never mind the people whose lives are often crushed when numbers shift.
Dick Price: Directed by Michael Woolson, Laura Eason’s two-character drama hinges on the ways technology shapes relationships, making it both simpler to connect and easier to betray.