Blood may be thicker than water, but if anything can sever a family bond, years of inbreeding and brutal violence will certainly do the trick. In his play, Raising Cane, Stephen Cedars tells the story of one family in particular, whose peculiar ceremonies and unconventional moral code often lead to disastrous and disturbingly amusing results. […]
It would seem that the worst possible outcome in any crisis would be the loss of a life. However near death experiences yield their own set of surprising complications, both physical and emotional. In his new play Shock/Trauma, playwright Evan Crump explores the dark side not of death, but of survival, as a couple struggles […]
It may seem like a mere mesh of fibers, follicles and proteins attached to our heads, but according to playwrights Nileah Bell, Mary Nyingi and Michelle Whittaker hair is monumentally more than that.