Zemfira Stage, in its serviceable production of this incendiary David Mamet play, does an interesting thing: it diffuses the issues of gender exploitation and political correctness, and allows us to see what is at the bottom of the play, which is the deliberate, political misuse of language.
A Few Good Men
A Few Good Men By Aaron Sorkin Directed by Zina T. Bleck Produced by Zemfira Stage Reviewed by Steven McKnight A Few Good Men is one of the more successful contemporary courtroom dramas and Zemfira Stage’s production fully realizes the dramatic potential of the script.
Lost Eden: The Magnificent Welles
By Marcus Wolland Directed by Zina Bleck and Herb Tax Produced by Zemfira Stage Reviewed by Rosalind Lacy Never will there be a last word on Orson Welles, now recognized as the 20th Century’s art film genius. The man as material is too rich. In the East Coast premiere of Seattle playwright Marcus Wolland’s The […]
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