Plays that tackle weighty social themes often come with a bonus prize--a post-show discussion! The director, or cast members, or playwright--or sometimes all three--will take a folding chair onto the stage and entertain questions from the audience, who usually trip over themselves to compliment the piece, comment on the need for theater like this, and state what a pleasure it is to see such a momentous theme turned so eloquently into drama. For playwright Allan Havis, commissioned by the Mixed Blood... More >>>