The conflict of communication the focus of City Lights’ ‘The Language Archive’

George is a scholar at a language archive, and is an expert in languages that are becoming extinct, such as the late 19th century language Esperanto. He is a master … Continue reading The conflict of communication the focus of City Lights’ ‘The Language Archive’

Dinosaurs deal with major change in Ray of Light’s parody ‘Triassiq Parq’

Hundreds of millions of years ago, dinosaurs were in existence on this planet. It is believed they roamed the earth, ate plants, hunted for food, anatomically had their gender changed … Continue reading Dinosaurs deal with major change in Ray of Light’s parody ‘Triassiq Parq’

Review: Delicious tension served up in SJ Rep’s ‘The Big Meal’

The meal is delivered with sharp precision. There is a napkin, fork and something special on the plate. The meal is brought out by a stoic waitress, who walks upright, … Continue reading Review: Delicious tension served up in SJ Rep’s ‘The Big Meal’

San Jose’s newest company is ready to showcase inaugural show ‘The Last Five Years.’

Nancy J. McClymont is infused with energy about a few things. For starters, there is the passion for her hometown of San Jose. A San Josean since the age of … Continue reading San Jose’s newest company is ready to showcase inaugural show ‘The Last Five Years.’

Review: Stanford Rep’s ‘An Inspector Calls’ a twisted morality tale

In the mystery genre, it is the detective who is the moral compass for the audience. The detective thunders away at those who work tirelessly to protect their own vile … Continue reading Review: Stanford Rep’s ‘An Inspector Calls’ a twisted morality tale