Tag Archive | Calderwood Pavilion

A Response to the Huntington’s THE WHO AND THE WHAT

Walking into the Calderwood Pavilion for a Sunday matinee I was unsurprised by the audience make-up, mostly older and white, with about six to seven people my age and about twenty people of color, including a Muslim Sudanese couple, and two parties of Muslim Pakistanis, who introduced themselves as such when they spoke during the […]

For: Those Who Starve

Sarah Kane’s Blasted is unpleasant — at the very least. It stars addiction, emptiness, guilt, brutality, rape, suicide, and in case this list isn’t enough, the eating of the organs of a dead baby. It is ugliness tightly wrapped into a 90-minute play. A punch at the viscera (and one very well-orchestrated by John Kuntz […]