You’d think the big perk of being king is being able to do whatever you want. That is tragically not the case with Edward II, the duty-bound and defiant monarch of E2, an ambitious and sobering play by local scribe Bob Bartlett about the current cold wave of sexual intolerance that threatens to engulf hard-fought […]
Archives for November 5, 2019
Review: Blue Camp. Debut play reveals hidden story of queer injustice in the 1960’s military
“History does not always repeat itself,” wrote science fiction writer and editor of Astounding Science Fiction, John W. Campbell Jr. “Sometimes it just yells, ‘Can’t you remember anything I told you?’ and lets fly with a club.” That bludgeoning is what it feels like watching Rainbow Theatre Company’s world premiere production of Tim Caggiano and […]
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