Language of Angels: A Trio of Ghost Stories at Bowie Playhouse
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The last date listed for Language of Angels was Saturday August 6, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Cynthia V. Hannibal
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The theater is dark as you enter, you get the feeling as though you are entering a cave. My spouse and I attended this event and to our dismay we were totally displeased. At the beginning of the play there seemed to be potential. The story was being told in such a manner that you could use your minds eye to follow. Moments into the play profanities abound. To call this "Adult Content" is a farce. The language would make a sailor blush. The profanities were not necessary and did nothing to enhance the story or aid the characters. Profanities were generously doused throughout. I would not take nor would I suggest that any of my adult associates spend time or money going to this play. Within half and hour we WALK OUT!!! We could see that this was not the play for us. Language of Angels???? The person at the box office stated that there were signs stating that the play contained STRONG Content. How did anyone see the signs on the rear of the doors? When patrons come in the doors are open. I cannot stress strongly enough that this play might have been great if the Superfluous language had not been used. No redeeming value. We wasted our time and $$$$ on this play.
Written by Naomi Iizuka
Directed by Terry Averill
After a young girl is lost in a cave on the edge of town, there is a Rashomon-like investigation of her disappearance and the fate of those who survive her. To some, the ghosts are guardian angels, to others, a reminder of their guilt. Can we forgive others for the wrongs they’ve done to us? Can we forgive ourselves for the wrongs we’ve done to them? With evocative poetry and striking images, _Language of Angels _is a deeply human story of working-class youth bound by poverty and pushed to the limits of friendship as they deal with grief and loss in their lives.