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27
Oct

Liaisons is a Dangerously Delightful Affair

By Patrick Hurley

In the years just preceding the French Revolution, an era of aristocratic decadence reigned supreme. Christopher Hampton’s deliciously acerbic Les Liaisons Dangereuses, playing now at Antaeus Theatre Company, resonates quite profoundly against our contemporary concerns of upper-class privilege through its use of biting satire. Read more »

16
Sep

Barbecue Cooks up Some High Comedy

By Patrick Hurley

Robert O’Hara’s new play Barbecue, playing now at the Geffen Playhouse, want us to understand that things aren’t always what they seem. Not everything is black and white. Playing with dramatic irony, nimble dialogue and exaggerated stereotypes, this production is swift, surprising and often hilarious. Read more »

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Writes Plays & TV. Rewrites Queer History.

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