John Lanou wrote Love in Three Scenes to explore “love in the age of rage.”The piece could stir controversy (on both the right and the left) as it tackles Muslim-American patriotism, climate change sci-fi, and Donald Trump’s heart. Here he talks about his upcoming Fringe show.
Archives for July 3, 2018
The Essential Theatre’s new play People for Whom the World Spins and Turns is best described by its subtitle A World Premiere Play about Addiction & Recovery. It is a thoughtful and timely production by physician-playwright James J. Hsiao that makes a real contribution to understanding the challenges of our growing addiction problem.
Black Confederates have long been considered a minor historical footnote, and even a debatable one at that. What isn’t open to debate is the fact that there were some 4 million Blacks living in the Confederacy at the start of the Civil War. Perhaps, living isn’t the best description. More like desperately surviving in ever […]
This week, The Hub Theatre welcomed Matt Bassett as successor to Helen Murray as Artistic Director, the company announced.