Tag Archives: Joshua Harmon
GableStage’s Admissions Asks Liberals What Happens When It’s Your Own Ox Being Gored?
GableStage’s Admissions is one of the more uncomfortable evenings of theater that avowed liberals and proud progressives will sit through any time soon. It holds up an unsparing mirror that asks whether such advocates will stay true to their ideals when the consequences directly affect them and their families.
Main Street Players’ Vicious Voluble Family In Bad Jews Is Equally Funny And Unnerving
One of the joys of seeing local theater over the years is charting a new theater’s growth and promise. But it’s rare to see a fledgling theater develop so quickly as Main Street Players, as evidenced by its no-excuses-needed production of Bad Jews.
Strife Over Faith, Heritage Devastates A Family In GableStage’s Searing Bad Jews
As if it was even needed, molten lava in the guise of scalding verbal acrimony ravages the apartment where incendiary family strife already was poised to detonate into devastation in GableStage’s uproarious and upsetting Bad Jews.