October 5-7TEATRO PUBLICO NEW PLAY FESTIVAL---A workshop series of new scripts and scenes created by local Latino artists.
Growing older can be a wonderful thing, where we feel that life just gets better with each passing day. The goal of the series is to host timely, interactive dialogs and exchange knowledge and resources around topics at the forefront of discussions in our community.
Growing Older as a Gay Man,” held May 23, 2012, marked the first event in San Francisco AIDS Foundation and STOP AIDS Project’s new Real Talk community forum series.
It can also be a time when we’re not so certain about where we fit in a culture that is quite often very focused on youth.” “Are We Allowed to Age?
As foundation CEO Neil Giuliano observed in his welcoming remarks, aging is “something we all either are facing or will face in our lives,” and it can be joyful, challenging, or both.
Pius X, Pope Long before the news of sodomitical sexual perverts in the priesthood was made known and the great tragedy of abuse upon tens of thousands of young boys and girls, but mostly boys, in the United States, Canada had its own crisis in Newfoundland. Lahey could very well have been a child victim of pervert priests who grew up to become an aficionado of child pornography.
This idyllic province of kind and charitable people endured a scandalous and grotesquely sinful series of cover-ups by its bishops - cover ups of rape, abuse and battery by priests and religious brother upon hundreds of boys, many of them in the Mt. The pathetic series culminated in the arrest and conviction of the Bishop of Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Raymond Lahey, born in St. To my many readers in Newfoundland, you have every right to be outraged by these pathetic men.
Here’s a list of some of the offerings of local theatres through the fall season (September-December, 2017). You can track my reviews on or contact me to get on my direct review list.
You can see a synopsis of the local reviewers’ comments about the plays at BECK CENTER 216-521-2540 or p.m. matinees September 15 – October 8ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST--“Crazy” Mc Murphy, a charming rogue, is placed in a ward at a mental institution ruled by the terrible Nurse Ratched. October 6 – November 5 WAITING FOR GODOT—Beckett’s Existential epic “mystery wrapped in an enigma” which examines the hopeless destiny of the human race.
November 24-December 23A CHRISTMAS STORY—Yes, it’s back again…one boy, one holiday wish, The Old Man, Santa at Higbee’s Department Store and the glowing-leg-lamp. CLEVELAND PUBLIC THEATRE 216-631-2727 or go on line to September 9PANDEMONIUM 2017: UNLEASH—CPT’S annual fundraiser transforms the CPT campus into a labyrinth of theatre, dance visual and performance art on every corner.
October 5-7 & 12 (previews), October 13-28 (official run)THE FAMILY CLAXON—World Premiere of Cleveland Heights award winning writer Eric Coble’s tale of Andrew Claxon who wants to help Grandad Claxon celebrate his birthday but chaos reigns all around the town.
For a truly interactive conversation, audience members were invited to share their own perspectives, both by taking the microphone and by texting responses to survey questions throughout the evening.