Love, Marxism & AIDS in '90s America: Comedy-Drama Let a Hundred Flowers Bloom
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- "Zellnik wrote <em>A Hundred Flowers</em> in 2001, and even now its setup seems a little daring, a little dancing-on-skeletons, with a smart sense of the complicating fear and pain underlying the liberation. It’s a warm play, ultimately, a feel-good sort of story, but with enough nuance and emotional shadings to give it real impact. The cast’s quite winning, and the talented director Paul Angelo keeps the actors on their toes, nimbly navigating the rapids of sentiment, sheer comedy, sly raunch, and genuine emotion." --<em><a target="_blank" href="http://www.orartswatch.org/love-and-mao-in-the-miracle-days/">Oregon Artswatch</a></em>
Let a Hundred Flowers Bloom
By David Zellnik
Directed by Paul Angelo
This show contains adult content and is recommended for ages 17 and older.