The show tackles issues of race and territorial boundaries in a way that portrays each character as equally unlikeable and uproariously funny.
The brilliance of this play lies in understanding that, as an audience, we aren’t laughing at the ethnicity, tragedy, or handicap of the characters. Rather, it allows us the chance to laugh at ourselves for our own prejudices and judgments.Read more
Never trust a wordsmith—that seems a moral of the story in Seminar. A writer, especially of fiction, works to persuade and to engross, and what’s most dangerous is when that scribe himself starts believing the words coming from his own pen or mouth. Or from the heart.Read more