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reviewed The Flick: A Play. December 21, 2014
The Flick: A Play
Winner of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, The Flick is a dialog driven play that is dotted by glimpses into the mundane and hard realities of life as experienced by three young ushers who work and …
reviewed Death of a salesman. November 04, 2014
Death of a salesman
Death of a Salesman is undoubtedly a drama that nobody would want to relate to, because in it, Arthur Miller rips apart a long held illusion that has held a family together. He taps into and focuses …
reviewed Three Tall Women (Drama, Plume). August 13, 2014
Three Tall Women (Drama, Plume)
Edward Albee’s Three Tall Woman is a unique and vougish two act drama that is unlike anything that has been put on stage before, essentially because of the permutation that follows after act one, …
reviewed The Crucible. July 21, 2014
The Crucible
Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is a true work of literary drama at its best, a tense four act theatre experience that is quite gripping and eloquent with occasional blistering dialogue and heartfelt …
reviewed August: Osage County: A Play. June 18, 2014
August: Osage County: A Play
Winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, August: Osage County is a sweeping southern gothic theatrical three act magnum opus of a play that takes family dysfunction to a whole new unthinkable level; …
reviewed Disgraced: A Play. June 18, 2014
Disgraced: A Play
Ayad Akhtar’s 90-minute one-act Pulitzer Prize-winning drama is one of those rare theatrical works that can leave a reader rather immobile when in the midst of processing  the combustible …
reviewed Saint Kateri. May 25, 2014
Saint Kateri
When I was a little boy, I would often visit my grandparents who lived along the banks of the St. Lawrence River in Lachine, Canada. Not too far down but on the exact opposite side of the river was Kahnawake, …
Making Saints: How the Catholic Church
One of the most intriguing components that the Catholic Church undertakes is in the making of Catholic Saints, one, I think, that has an allure of beautiful mystery to it, because, at its core, it is …
reviewed The Ear of the Heart. April 02, 2014
The Ear of the Heart
Clergy vocation stories make for some fascinating reading, because from a secular point-of-view, the religious choices that people make seem so out-of-whack with what people in every day society normally …
reviewed The Demonologist: The Extraordinary C.... March 25, 2014
In 2004 when I became a baptized Catholic, I had befriended a priest from my local parish. He was a gentle man with a real depth and a genuine appreciation for a good laugh. In truth, he was one of the …
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