Review: The good and bad of theatre relationships in City Lights’ ‘Stage Kiss’

Poor, poor Kevin. The hapless everyman functions plenty in Sarah Ruhl’s “Stage Kiss,” now running at City Lights Theater Company. He’s a dude who’s always there when you need him, … Continue reading Review: The good and bad of theatre relationships in City Lights’ ‘Stage Kiss’

City Lights’ ‘Truce’ a reminder of what is possible in times of war

The holidays have long been a magical time of year. Despite the annual cynicism that comes with Christmas songs in August and Black Friday that starts on regular Wednesday, the … Continue reading City Lights’ ‘Truce’ a reminder of what is possible in times of war

Review: City Lights’ ‘The Language Archive’ strong in its unity

George is a somewhat awkward gent. He bumbles around his cluttered office, a room filled with boxes and boxes, and most importantly, an old reel-to-reel tape machine. This machine holds … Continue reading Review: City Lights’ ‘The Language Archive’ strong in its unity

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’