“Worlds Collide,” Acts III-IV
by James Livingston | Jan 24, 2021 | Commentary, The Literary Section, Theater
Here are the concluding acts of “Worlds Collide,” my play about the hesitant, contradictory, hysterical articulation of Christianity in the 4th-5th centuries A.D. I hope my principal inspirations are...Read More
“Worlds Collide,” Act II
by James Livingston | Jan 22, 2021 | Features, Fiction, Theater
ACT II [Lights come up, dawn is breaking, Marcellinus, Augustine, and Jeromeare in various stages of sleep on their respective couches, obviously inebriated—platters of food, bottles of wine are everywhere. Pelagiusis...Read More
Theatre Feast and Theatre Famine: On “Reza Abdoh, a Retrospective” and “Babette’s Feast”
by Juliana Francis Kelly | Mar 13, 2019 | Reviews, Theater
Production Photo: “The Law of Remains.” Copyright John Zalewski I have...Read More
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