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A play of paradoxes, where personal virtue pairs with political naivety; where tyranny's certainties contrast with bloody civil war; where assassination is charged with love for the victim. No one is fully virtuous or evil, and noble aims misfire into the mire of treachery.
Key characters: Brutus, Julius Caesar, Marc Antony ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
Kotlowitz's Chicago summer bursts with harrowing violence and life-affirming humanity. There are no stick figures or statistics here, only full-blooded people struggling, and sometimes succeeding, in making the next day worth living. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
A young woman travels with her new boyfriend to his parents' farm. It's in the middle of nowhere. It's the middle of winter. She wants to know him a little better. Because, if she likes him better, nothing has to end. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
A Nazi huntress develops a new identity in America. The corpses she left behind are silent, but another huntress, a steely Soviet bomber pilot, is not. She witnessed the Nazi's brutality, and vowed her hunt would not end until the capture of her prey. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare
A heavy metal prodigy soars on stage with his guitar and band, writing and improvising songs that seem to unconsciously reach his hands. There's something unreal about his talent. And something unsettling about a female stalker. And something unnerving about the unexplainable yet tangible fear that everything he sought, and achieved, will be annihilated. ~ Reviewed by Mike Hare