Heart of Darkness: Yes! We Have No Bwanas

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Ed Rampell: The Gang’s version of Conrad’s Heart of Darkness is psychologically and politically troubling; in other words, it is great, thought-provoking theatre, spearheaded by Finney’s bravura performance.

Fly Away, Mockingbird

To Kill a Mockingbird

John Summers: As the armies of tolerance celebrate To Kill a Mockingbird–it’s the 50 anniversary this month—one is put in mind of a maxim by W.H. Auden: “You do not read a book,” Auden said. “A book reads you.”

Six Degrees of Fornication: That Crazy, Kinky, Wacky Little Thing Called Sex

Carolyn Ratteray (l.) and Kalimba Bennett in "Six Degrees of Fornication" at the Whitefire Theatre. Credit: Jennifer May of Reel Sessions.

Ed Rampell: If the performers are under the covers and covered up in a play about sex, and the show’s not willing to show skin, it makes one wonder: why do a story about that particular topic in the first place? If you don’t want to show naked people and depict sex acts, why not do a play about something else?

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