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Play review: ‘Two Trains Running’

Make It Better magazine, March 16, 2015 — Like any play that seriously deals with the history of race relations in America, “Two Trains Running” has dark moments. Many of the African-American characters in the late August Wilson’s play, who are gathered in a Pittsburgh diner in 1969, feel a sense of grievance over the past wrongs they’ve suffered… Read my review for Make It Better.

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Play review: ‘Brigadoon’

Make It Better magazine, July 1, 2014 — The mythical village Brigadoon appears in Scotland’s Highlands once every hundred years. After a day, it vanishes back into the mists, its people frozen in time for another century. “Brigadoon,” the 1947 Broadway musical by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, isn’t quite as difficult to see as the town itself… Read my review in Make It Better.

Photo by Liz Lauren