Tag Archives: Tuesline Jean-Baptiste

The Wolves Is Complex, Filled With Dogged Determination

The Wolves fits the bill for Zoetic Stage’s Theater Up Close series. It’s an up-close, navel gazer. Nine teenaged girls are part of a high school indoor soccer team that meets each Saturday. The characters are nameless, only identified by jersey number. For 90 minutes, the audience is privy to eavesdropping on the locker-roomesque conversations as they warm up for a series of games

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M Ensemble’s ‘Sisters’ Delves Into Black Lives Mattering

Sisters opens and closes exactly as expected – two women from disparate socio-economic backgrounds spar and clash, but two hours later have bonded over the common need to remake their lives. But the affecting journey between those points is far from some simplistic television movie of the week.

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