The Bulldog Ensemble Theater production of Howard Craft’s Orange Light delivers not only an emotional tribute to the people who perished in the 1991 Imperial Foods fire in Hamlet, North Carolina but also a piercing indictment of how the aftermath was handled by those who had the power to affect change. Read what Kim Jackson has to say about the production.
Theater Review: Bulldog Production of ‘The Roommate’ Offers a Rare and Refreshing Glimpse of Femininity and Aging
Bulldog Ensemble Theater’s production of Jen Silverman’s The Roommate offers an intimate interlude between two women in their mid-50s who are both lonely and looking for a change in their […]
By Kim Jackson What will an artist do to get a piece into an important exhibition? Gus, a painter and a white, gay man wants to be in a major […]
By Kim Jackson How long does it take to lose a child? While the Bulldog Ensemble Theater production of Lauren Yee’s in a word grapples with the grief and guilt […]