Is.Man at St. Ann's Warehouse Review by Nova Clutch

Our friends over at the Nova Clutch website reviews St. Ann’s Warehouse performance, Is.Man. In their analysis of the play, they talk about codes in culture and religions and how it relates to our small world. In their words:

“As our world gets smaller, and more doors are opened, interaction with other cultures and religions will become more frequent and more personal than we might like. Regardless, a code of silence is no longer applicable. It’s time to look to a genetic code that knows no god, no cultural, no borders, no law, no hate and no shame. It’s time to tap in that PIN and buy some tickets to see Is.Man that will be running through October 14th.”

Looks like the St. Ann’s performance is worth checking out.

{Nova Clutch}
Previously: {Opening of The Veiled Monologues / at St. Ann’s}