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“James McLure wrote this superb, underrated one-act play with three characters in 1979, as America was still in the shadow of Vietnam. Under the smart direction of Pete McElligott the play achieves another life in the age of Trump. McLure’s challenging ear for authentic dialogue of that time and of that place is met and mastered by all three performers…The pace of the play is brisk but never forced…A wonderful and worthwhile play.” Full Review
"'Camel' is a wonderful new play written by Charly Clive, directed by Michael Bradshaw Flynn. It is a mysterious yet deeply funny take on friendship, lost love, memory and marijuana...'Camel' is a dark comedy largely because there is a mysterious air of lost love—'Louie,' played with complex opaqueness by the show’s producer, Jill Geurts—hovering over the entire play...Questions abound throughout the hugely enjoyable play. " Full Review