Theatre Seven offers a bold ‘In the Heart of America’

War is a bloody, ugly thing. It changes people, f*cks with their minds, turns nervous young boys into soulless killing machines. Yet, it can also bring people together in unexpected, life-changing ways. Naomi Wallace’s 1994 play, In the Heart of America, uses the Gulf and Vietnam wars as a jumping off point to explore these… Read More Theatre Seven offers a bold ‘In the Heart of America’

Searching for home (and a narrative focus) in Theatre Seven’s ‘Hunting and Gathering’

Michael Salinas and Tracey Kaplan attempt to find a connection, while redundant projections hang around nearby. Home is where the heart is. We’ve all made that bumpy transition into adulthood where the quest for career, love and a place to call home — the holy trinity — are blurry goals that we fumble our way… Read More Searching for home (and a narrative focus) in Theatre Seven’s ‘Hunting and Gathering’