With the closing of
I look around to see how our not-for-profit theater's are relating to the political world around them.
I am hearted to see that HartBeat Ensemble and
But elsewhere in Connectiocuit
by David Adjmi.
Not that every theater has to be political, mind you. But if a theater can't connect to the times during one of the most important political points in history, then when?
One can't expect
One is hearteed to see Theresa Rebeck's satical mash-up of history, "O Beautiful" being presented at