Tag Archives: Deborah Kondelik

Pigs Do Fly’s ‘2 Across’: Strangers On A Train Of A Different Sort

Pigs Do Fly’s production of 2 Across is the story of two radically different but similarly lonely neurotic urbanites who meet on a pre-dawn San Francisco commuter train. They start as strangers on a train, but you can see the improbable inevitable bonding coming numerous stations ahead, no matter how seemingly incompatible they are in temperament.

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Friendship, Revelation, Determination Are Hallmarks of The Ladies Foursome

The Pigs Do Fly company, dedicated to work by and for people over 50 years old, examines women’s issues during a day on the golf course in the full-length play The Ladies Foursome.

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Arts Garage’s Reborning: An Emotionally Adrift But Provocative Psychodrama

Arts Garage’s Reborning is a thought-provoking work hints at many weighty topics—the anxieties of pending motherhood, the conflicting desires to both nurture and destroy, the futility of trying to re-create what is lost—but none are fleshed out to a degree of dramaturgical satisfaction.

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