How much time do we spend around the
dining-room table? What portion of our lives is measured in meals? Can
the entire scope of a life—from first dates and holiday gatherings to
There are undoubtedly new things to be said about Martin Luther King Jr. That’s not the trouble with Katori Hall’s The Mountaintop.
No, the problem is that Hall condescends to her subject and au
Ten Chimneys premiered in 2011. But with its old-fashioned form and frothy narrative, it might as well have been produced in the 1930s.
That’s not entirely a
bad thing. Jeffrey Hatcher’s comed
Is love more like a fish stew or a Phil Collins song?
Hand2Mouth wants you
to consider this in its newest experimental offering, which pings
between schmaltzy representations of movie love