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Surviving The Rampant Wrath Of Extremism: Examining The Social And Political Backdrop of Angels In America: Millennium Approaches
© Tim Garcia 2020. Homophobia, “[the] irrational fear of, aversion to, or discrimination against homosexuality or homosexuals,” has historically ravaged societies, inflicting irreparable mutilations on the lives of those who are tainted with this dangerous social venom. Set during the 1980’s, Angels In America by Tony Kushner depicts how the swelling forces of right-wing conservatism triggered… Read more Surviving The Rampant Wrath Of Extremism: Examining The Social And Political Backdrop of Angels In America: Millennium Approaches
© Tim Garcia 2020. Prepare to be swept away on a frightening journey into the vastly underdeveloped world of mankind in San Jose Repertory Theatre’s production of Yasmin Reza’s “God of Carnage”. The play’s intention, aimed at interpreting the complexity surrounding human development, more specifically our perpetually habitual tendencies to regress back to… Read more God of Carnage: Excavating Modern Day Behavioral Roots
© Tim Garcia 2020. Aside from Leo Bloom’s intermittent character function as a 1950’s straight-man awkwardly transitioning into the sexual revolution of the 1960’s, interrelations between Max Bialystock and Bloom in The Producers provides both the conventional depiction and balance of contrasting personalities, or The Odd Couple revisited, while also offering an underlying and… Read more Bloom’s Doom: The Producers And National Socialism
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