Tag Archives: Lexi Langs

City Theatre’s The Cake Honestly Explores Multiple Layers Of Current Controversy

City Theatre’s production of The Cake, about a baker who refuses to make a cake for a lesbian couple, digs deep below stereotypes to examine the contemporary clash between sincerely held principles that threaten to cripple relationships among people who care for one another – or at least have to live in the same world.

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What Happens When You Get What You Asked For: Zoetic Stage’s Rapture, Blister, Burn

Gina Gionfriddo’s Rapture, Blister, Burn is rooted in an wry examination of post-feminism. But Zoetic Stage’s finely wrought comedy-drama goes much farther and deeper in examining the complex interrelationship of dreams, choices, responsibilities and consequences applicable to human beings of all sexes.

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