Review: Crowded Fire’s ‘The Shipment’ is effectively uncomfortable

I’m not sure what was more disturbing when watching Crowded Fire Theater’s production of “The Shipment.” First of all, there’s a comedian that delves into every offensive things known to … Continue reading Review: Crowded Fire’s ‘The Shipment’ is effectively uncomfortable

Crowded Fire’s ‘I Call My Brothers’ spends 24 hours inside the mind of a man

Evren Odcikin has worked hard to make sense of the destructive rhetoric that has taken root in this year’s presidential election. As a Muslim-American born and raised in Turkey, Odcikin … Continue reading Crowded Fire’s ‘I Call My Brothers’ spends 24 hours inside the mind of a man

Review: Crowded Fire’s ‘Edith’ a warm and gentle story of family and love

There are many moments in the Crowded Fire Theater production of “Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them” that are significant, but one stands out for me. It is a … Continue reading Review: Crowded Fire’s ‘Edith’ a warm and gentle story of family and love