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Got Family Issues? Then You'll Recognize The Goldbergs

Got Family Issues? Then You'll Recognize The Goldbergs

The Goldbergs are a typical family: argumentative, secretive and resentful, prone to putting faith in personal mythology that may have no bearing on reality but has become permanently fixed in family lore. So, yes. Typical. They have gathered to drink a birthday toast to the late grandmother of Caleb — our narrator and guide to […]

Timing is everything in 'The Goldberg Variations'

Timing is everything in 'The Goldberg Variations'

The Goldberg Variations” (with some slight modifications to the title) is a challenging harpsichord piece by Johann Sebastian Bach, a career-altering recording of that piece by pianist Glenn Gould, a ballet by Jerome Robbins, an “X-Files” episode and a novel by Andrew Grof. Now, “The Goldberg Variations” has taken on another form, as Stuart Meltzer’s […]

Addiction struggles are humorously yet honestly and insightfully depicted in this 'Diary'

Addiction struggles are humorously yet honestly and insightfully depicted in this 'Diary'

WILTON MANORS, Fla. — Sometimes, before you’re able to confront a problem, you must admit the problem exists. It can be easier said than done. That is what writer/director Michael Leeds conveys in his honest, funny, vivid and unapologetically shameless and bold play “The First Step: Diary of a Sex Addict.” Leeds’ work is on-stage […]

The First Step: Diary Of A Sex Addict Is Hilarious, Insightful And

The First Step: Diary Of A Sex Addict Is Hilarious, Insightful And "Really" Unflinching

The First Step (Diary of a Sex Addict), which makes the rounds of video porn parlors, urinals, gay baths and sessions of a self-help group, sounds like the premise for a Saturday Night Live skit. And Michael Leeds’ play is, indeed, very funny. But woven into the outrageous humor is a compassionate in-depth examination of […]

Playing the Lavender Scare for laughs

Playing the Lavender Scare for laughs

“Perfect Arrangement” starts off like a zany sitcom from the 1950s. But as the comedy plays out, things become less “I Love Lucy” and more “Dragnet,” if that show were about hunting undesirables in the U.S. government during the McCarthy era. That’s the sword of Damocles hanging over two couples living side by side in […]

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