Some Shows Never Leave You

Bridge Rep patron Rachel Klein recently saw our production of THE LIBERTINE. In her blog entry, below, you’ll see how her experience with live theatre helped her to unpack her own journey with the human condition. That’s what we’re talking about, folks!

DARK CORNERS, from the blog The House That Del Built

“Because only half of comedy is noticing the darkness and absurdity of the human condition. The other half, the harder half, involves loving people so much, having so much hope for their goodness and their intelligence and their ability to learn and grow and change, that you believe that holding the mirror up to their darkness will reveal to them a new light.”

CLICK HERE for the full text.

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