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The How Not Why Of Political Corruption At Boca Stages
Reading today’s headlines about corruption, you wonder not so much the why of weakness for the lure of power, but the process of how it happens. Kenneth Lin’s Warrior Class, enjoying an incisive production at the rechristened Boca Stage company, is an inside depiction of human beings, not monsters, slipping inside this web of compromise, pragmatism and fading conscience.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Boca Stage, Genie Croft, Jacqueline Laggy, Kenneth Lin, Paul Wong, Warrior Class, Wayne LeGette Leave a comment