Arts on the Heights host, Fred Dolan, reviews The Whipping Man, currently playing at the Cleveland Play House, a post-Civil War drama about Jewish slaves and their former Jewish slave owner who is wounded and needs their help to survive.
Arts on the Heights, The Whipping Man
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WordplayWordplay is an offbeat mix of poetry, comedy, and an ongoing exploration of the possibilities of the spoken word. Wordplay's opening monologue blends music and language (and sometimes sound effects) into a surreal, funny, often darkly serious meditation on the state of one man's struggles to live in the bewildering world of contemporary America. The show also features guest appearances by local poets and nationally known writers. But the real strength of Wordplay is the interaction between co-hosts George Bilgere and John Donoghue. The two poets read short, interesting poems by important writers. They banter about poetry, argue about it, and generally give each other a hard time. A Plain Dealer article about Wordplay called the show "the Click and Clack of poetry." Not a bad description.
@6 pm w/George Bilgere and John Donoghue - Poetry
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