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A 2014 Tony Nominee for Best Play, Mothers and Sons is a timely and touching new play that explores our evolving understanding of what it means to be a family. Funny, provocative, and poignant, this acclaimed drama follows Dallas matriarch Katharine Gerard on an unexpected visit to New York to meet with her late son's former partner, who is now married to another man and raising a young son. Forced to consider the life her own son might have led, Katharine must now come to terms with her own life choices and how society has changed around her.
A political play in nonlinear acts. This play portrays the kinds of struggles moderates face within the left and right wing political parties in India. Two such moderates, Malati and Praveen, have had opposing political views since their days growing up together in a village, but enjoyed a romantic relationship. Despite his love for politics, Praveen's dream has always been to become a Bollywood actor. He sees his own life events and that of others in the form of songs and dances. His life is surrounded by fellow politicians, family, a mistress, and his own business. The play explores the voices of rich, middle-class, and poor people, obstacles within families for women in politics, and extreme political rhetoric. The main question is whether moderates like Praveen and Malati can survive in a country polarized by divisive campaigns, in their own parties infested with extreme fundamentalist ideology, and with the centrist agenda of minority appeasement.
With Othello, a searing and operatic tale of envy and manipulation, Shakespeare gives us an intimate look into a Machiavellian mind, one whose machinations seduce even as they destroy with surgical lacerations straight through the heart.
Local community based theatre company, 4th Wall puts a fresh spin on this American classic which deals with the culture clash between Blanche DuBois, a pretentious fading relic of the Old South, and Stanley Kowalski, a rising member of the industrial, urban immigrant class. After letting her family's plantation slip through her fingers, Blanche shows up in New Orleans' French Quarter to "temporarily" visit her younger sister Stella and her less than hospitable husband Stanley. Blanche's pretensions to virtue and culture only thinly mask alcoholism and delusions of grandeur. Set in the steamy, jazz-infused streets of New Orleans in the early 1950′s. Directed by Barbara Guertin, stars Sean Stanco, as Stanley.