Three Views of the Same Object: Drama of Love and Aging
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Set in 1917 Houston and based on true events, Camp Logan chronicles the experiences of the all-black 24th Infantry Regiment as they ready to fight in World War I. In the wake of constant conflict and confrontation with the area's white civilians and the Houston police, the company marches on the town in a historic act of revolt that became one of the most violent racial conflicts in U.S. military history. Written by award-winning playwright and Houston native Celeste Bedford Walker (The Red Blood of War), Camp Logan earned six 2013 NAACP Theatre Award nominations. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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The acting was very good. However, the play itself was thoroughly depressing. The three permutations of the final solution seemed all equally bleak: Joint suicide, one partner's suicide, leaving the other partner behind or the reverse. Add the trials and tribulations of aging to the mix (beginning Alzheimers, incontinence, cancer) and things are completely black. It is not a well balanced play. There could have been a better relationship with the daughter, maybe the joy of grandchildren, any positive aspect of a life well lived. G.H.
This show contains adult themes; parental discretion is advised.