Tag: Durham Fruit & Produce Co.
Bulldog Ensemble Theater’s White Is Exciting, Entertaining, and Thought Provoking
Bulldog Ensemble Theater has another winner with James Ijames’ White, which plays through Sunday, June 9th, at ” The Fruit,” a.k.a. the Durham Fruit and Produce Co., under the direction of JaMeeka Holloway-Burrell. The Play: Gus (played by Jordan Clifton) is a gay, white, male painter whose work has been excluded from an art show,… Read More ›
Riddles — the concept is as old as Western thought itself. Indeed, the ancient story of Oedipus Rex and the riddle of the sphynx suggests that the ability to solve a riddle might possibly be our salvation. And then the next “chapter” of that story proceeds to prove decisively that it cannot. Lauren Yee’s In… Read More ›
Rachel Bonds’ 2017 play, Curve of Departure, is a gem; and, under Thaddaeus Edwards’ direction, Bulldog Ensemble Theater shines this jewel to a rich luster, and offers it for public display in the performance space of The Fruit (Durham Fruit & Produce Co.) at 305 S Dillard St. Four ordinary people share a room in… Read More ›
WTF’s Rendition of Danai Gurira’s Eclipsed Is an Eye-Opening Glimpse into a War-Torn World That Few Americans Can Imagine
The North Carolina Women’s Theatre Festival’s presentation of Eclipsed, written by Danai J. Gurira and directed by Michele Okoh, tells the dramatic story of five Liberian women who are struggling for survival during their country’s second civil war. It’s an eye-opening glimpse into a world few Americans can fathom. Ripped from their families, or captured… Read More ›