PAULGLEN 
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Re: “Mom, Iran, and Barbie

Wow, Mr. Hurwitt, you certainly know how to bring to mind the word "asshole." I don't know you and hope I never meet you because of your toxic manor of describing theater that to many of us seems beautiful, sensitive and even profound.

Lois Grandi could not have chosen a better play to conclude her 13 year run. "When something Wonderful Ends" is nostalgic about our past, you, me and every one else in the audience and delicately stamps it with a truth we don't want to hear--unconscious, wasteful, victims of consumer propaganda. But the play suggests hope: if we become aware of our past we may not repeat it, we can wake up and do something about it. We can change.

You do not seem to have woken up. Walnut Creek does not seem to have woken up. It is sad we are losing relevant, prophetic theater like Playhouse West. When will our community wake up?

Paul
Lafayette

Posted by Paul on 04/17/2008 at 2:59 PM

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