On Thursday night, January 12th, Preston Street in Baltimore was packed with cars. That was thanks to Itzhak Perlman, an out-of-town violin player who had decided to drop by the Baltimore Symphony and play Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons.’ I have no problem with violin players, unless they cause traffic jams. But since I can’t tell the […]
Archives for January 13, 2012
If you think sex conversations in relationships are cringeworthy, try throwing religion into the mix. Talk about awkward.
Faith can bind people together under the banner of common belief, or it can create deep rifts, irreconcilable by way of reason or shared history. In Theater J’s lovingly crafted production of Renee Calarco’s The Religion Thing, a polished cast navigates the playwright’s meditation upon the complex role of faith in relationships, marked by a heady […]