Review: Viewing the way we connect in strong ‘Language Archive’ at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

One of the most tender moments in a play loaded with them takes place between the linguist George and his wife Mary, a couple in danger of becoming two passing … Continue reading Review: Viewing the way we connect in strong ‘Language Archive’ at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

Love, Francis: Jue brings his passion for communication to TheatreWorks’ ‘The Language Archive’

Francis Jue loves to love. If there’s ever a time you come across a comment he makes on Facebook, you’ll know it’s him. It’s not because his name and picture … Continue reading Love, Francis: Jue brings his passion for communication to TheatreWorks’ ‘The Language Archive’

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’