Tag Archives: James Hesse

1993’s Twilight of the Golds Is Problematic In 2013 But Still Affecting And Unnerving

It’s hard to know what is more upsetting while watching family relationships disintegrate in Jonathan Tolins’ the affecting drama The Twilight of the Golds at Broward Stage Door. Is it that the precious loyalties might disintegrate at all or the disturbing reason that they disintegrate?

Posted in Performances, Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment