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“DEATH AND THE MAIDEN” | Review by Robert W. McDowell

DEATH AND THE MAIDEN, is an unexpected splash of ice water in the face.

DAVID MAMET’S “NOVEMBER” IS A #@$+*! HILARIOUS FARCE ABOUT PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS AT THEIR MOST VENIAL

David Wood struts and frets hilariously, and digs deep into his repertoire of funny voices, as the disgraceful Chuck Smith, hopelessly behind in the polls but still determined to enjoy every perq of his presidency and squeeze every nickel that he can from lobbyists and trade associations

FRESH FACES AND VIBRANT VOCALS MAKE “THE COLOR PURPLE” A ROYAL TREAT | Review by Robert W. McDowell

Dayna Jarae Dantzler is a real Georgia peach as Alice Walker’s long-suffering heroine Celie Johnson, who has drunk so deep from the well of bitterness that it takes decades for the healing power of love to revive her sagging spirit.