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Posts tagged ‘That Aweome Theatre Blog’


Richard Struggles for Control

By Patrick Hurley
Richard III, Shakespeare’s history play about political posturing, manipulation, greed, and power that ultimately led to the end of the war of the roses is playing now through August 30 at the Eclectic Theatre Company. Read more »


The Past is Not at Rest in Dontrell

By Patrick Hurley

The sins of the father visited upon the son, an all too familiar storytelling trope gets a bit of a reimagining in Nathan Alan Davis’s new play Dontrell, Who Kissed The Sea, produced by Lower Depth Theater Ensemble and playing now through March 29 at the Skylight Theatre. Read more »


Great Artistry Prevails in Powerful Luna Gale

By Patrick Hurley


Rebecca Gilman’s new play Luna Gale, playing now through December 21 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, gets its title from a character we never see. Luna is a baby. The story is about her, but more accurately it’s about the overcrowded, and nearly broken system we have in America when it comes to dealing with Children’s rights and foster care Read more »

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