BROKE-OLOGY: "We're in the land of loss, but not lamentation. (Nathan Louis Jackson's) characters love and laugh, dance and argue in a way that honors their bittersweet survival. Tender emotions are much harder to achieve onstage than pathological ones; it's a pleasure to see goodness, not hate, dissected." —The New Yorker. "…well-observed…Mr. Jackson writes easygoing, believable dialogue, and the play is moving in its exploration of how time and circumstance—and the hard fact of poverty—can diminish hope, divide loving siblings and ultimately extinguish life itself." —NY Times. For more info, CLICK HERE!
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