REVIEW: “Lysistrata” at MCLA

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, March 2000 “Lysistrata” is always a fun show. This seems pretty remarkable since it was first performed in 411 B.C.E., but when you consider that its subject is sex, it all becomes perfectly clear. Sex is wonderful and awful, but most of all it is…

REVIEW: “The Skin of Our Teeth” at MCLA

Reviewed by Gail M. Burns, October 1999 This is an amazing play – a play about everything and nothing, about the daily grind and the larger cosmic issues, about family and government and religion and floods and glaciers and the extinction of the dinosaurs… When it first appeared on the…

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