Loud, blunt, and completely unappealing, Emissions takes a largely immature and shallow look at a serious issue facing the world today. I’m all for stories having deeper meanings, but I don’t appreciate my senses being assaulted in the process. Read the full review.
In J.P. Chartier’s play 2020, a husband and wife struggle to work out their issues at the same time as trying to deal with the wife’s father’s decision to opt-in for now legal doctor-assisted suicide. Read the full review.