Eric A. Gordon: That’s what’s on the boards right now, in two world premieres: Carole Eglash-Kosoff’s The Double V, directed by Michael Arabian, at the Matrix Theatre; and George W. Corbin’s The Wrong Kind of People, directed by C. Julian White, a Robey Theatre Company production at the Los Angeles Theatre Center.
Irene Monroe: Harmon’s “Admissions” illustrates the length at which high-minded, politically correct and supposedly “woke” white liberals will go to get their children into top-tier colleges and universities, too.
Ed Rampell: It’s all very breathtaking and eye-popping to watch, and I was enraptured by this offbeat act that’s as athletic as Cirque du Soleil but minus the glitziness of the latter’s extravaganzas.
Ed Rampell: A sort of Down Under counterpart to African griots, Ms. Deemal proceeds to lead us through seven vignettes that shed light on the Aboriginal experience
Ed Rampell: The play inevitably leads to the torture chamber of Room 101 – where victims must confront their deepest fear, which the all-seeing Big Brother knows.