|Posted by darrylreubenhall on February 21, 2013 at 11:45 PM|
...the production represents an impressive achievement. It highlights and celebrates an entire culture of performance art that exists below the radar of the city’s “mainstream” theater, dance, and music communities. These performers learn their craft in community centers, churches, and schools that keep kids focused on positive life choices, inspiring them to provide leadership and inspiration themselves and to give back the love and support to the people who helped them along.
It may be a while before Frat House finds its way to Broadway. But everybody had a good time—artists, performers, and audience all came together to create an event. That works for me.