In their grimy, bloodied hands, Sophocles’ drama acquires an unpretentious, slightly battered and totally compelling integrity.
The Moon The Moon is many overlapping things, but never feels like collage; its elements complement rather than contradict one another.
S-27, while committed and sometimes compelling, lacks detail, credibility and grit.
More than just a reverent character study of Dr. King, The Mountaintop presents a history with an immediate bearing on the modern world.
As yet unfinished, but already roughly enchanting, The Glass Mountain looks set to be a hopeful, heartfelt and most rewarding journey.