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Posts tagged ‘Jessica Collins’

16
Jun

The Pride Gets Stuck in The Past

By Patrick Hurley

There are moments in Alexi Kaye Campbell’s play The Pride, playing now through July 9, at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, where the intentions of the playwright seem to peek through the swathes of heavy-handedness, and the clutter of exposition, shedding a little light on the ever changing views toward homosexuality. The trouble though, unfortunately may be that what is shown isn’t so much progress as it is penance.  Read more »

21
Nov

Outside Mullingar is a Predictable but Sweet Love Story

By Patrick Hurley

The course of true love definitely does not run smooth in John Patrick Shanley’s new play Outside Mullingar, playing now at the Geffen Playhouse.  Yet with all the bumps along the way, it never really surprises either.  Read more »

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