The Performing Arts & Social Justice Program presents Origins of Love short plays about many kinds of love directed by PASJ Faculty member Christine Young and guest professionals Logan Ellis and Amy Mueller. For this project local professional playwrights were asked to submit 5-15 minute plays inspired by the song “Origin of Love” from the rock musical Hedwig & the Angry Inch. The song tells an origin story inspired by ancient Greek philosopher Plato in which humans are created as and also some few characters whom I met personally after the show to my surprise Anthony who was playing the Angry inch his portrayal gave me a mental image of Hedwig which I was impressed. The theatre was a learning experience full of arts. The audience interaction and the music crafted from different genres were brilliantly crafted. The premise alone makes you want to see it the story which I mostly enjoyed through the songs was rock and roll genre. [...]
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