Love is Dead … on Arrival

Review by Lucian McMahon I doubt anyone has ever confused punk with sensitivity. “I killed a baby today and it doesn’t matter much to me, as long as it’s dead,” said Glenn Danzig. “I raped your mother today and it doesn’t matter much to me, as long as she’s spread.” There is much ado about […]

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Lots of Matter about the Family

FAMILY MATTERS at the American Theatre of Actors Review by Amy Frateo When you cut across a tree stump and count the rings you get an idea of the life of that mighty oak. Irving A. Greenfield’s play FAMILY MATTERS acts like a buzz saw across the existence of a family. Left to count the […]

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