Tag Sam Shepard

BURIED CHILD at A Noise Within

Terry Morgan  –  Stage Raw  Watching A Noise Within’s new production of Sam Shepard’s Buried Child, I was struck by how closely the first act resembles Pinter’s The Homecoming. A man who’s been away from his family for some time returns, accompanied…

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TRUE WEST at VS Theatre

Deborah Klugman – Stage Raw Long before it disappeared, the Old West cast a spell on a certain kind of person — men (although a few were women) who savored the possibility of wide-open country and a better, freer life…

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FOOL FOR LOVE at T.U. Studios

Les Spindle – Frontiers L.A. The works of veteran playwright-actor Sam Shepard (True West, The Curse of the Starving Class, A Lie of the Mind) are largely thought of as brooding portraits of severe family dysfunction in America’s heartland. His…

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