The search for our identities sometimes takes us outside our own sphere, especially amid our youth — and Leigh Scarritt Productions’ exuberant ‘Brooklyn the Musical’ illustrates the joy inherent in that vital discovery.
Reliving 130 years’ family history of slavery in one night is a heady proposition, but Lewis proves he’s up to the challenge despite his misgivings. MOXIE Theatre’s excellent ‘Blue Door’ is pulling for him all the way.
We asked each of our writers to cast their thoughts as “bravos” and “boos.” As you’ll see, some of them found it easier to do than others. Be that as it may, we proudly present essays by Ken Herman, Kris Eitland, Bill Eadie, David Dixon, Martin Jones Westlin, and Welton Jones.
Expectant lesbian parents share the joys, worries and conflicts their straight counterparts experience — and on either side of the ledger, the discussion begins and ends with the baby on the way. So why did Sarah Gubbins write ‘The Kid Thing,’ current MOXIE Theatre entry, about everything else?
In 1994 and ’95, genocide claimed at least 800,000 lives in the African nation of Rwanda, and the travesty didn’t materialize without warning. The town of Kibehoe was the site of a Marian apparition to that bloody effect — and MOXIE Theatre has staged a good and relevant entry meant to awaken our sensibilities.