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After the Revolution

Humiliation, Family Style

George Heymont | Posted 01.23.2014 | Arts
George Heymont

As everyone knows, the 1960s was a time of great civil unrest, a subculture embracing hallucinogenic drugs, exuberant celebrations of free love and new music. However, at 1750 Stuart Street in Brooklyn, sounds of celebration and joy were few and far between.

Idealism, Truth and Family Values Collide in Revolution at Aurora

Leo Stutzin | Posted 11.09.2013 | San Francisco
Leo Stutzin

How's this for a theatrical rarity: a drama that's deeply steeped in politics in which leftists are portrayed as flawed, troubled people.

The Two Statement Plays

Cara Joy David | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Cara Joy David

In the Wake and After the Revolution focus on making some kind of political statement instead of character development. It's a worthy message. It's just the method of communicating it that leaves me slightly cold.