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Written By: Jeff Ignatius
Augustana College’s Wrestling with Angels & Demons approaches race, ethnicity, and racism from a personal perspective, as six people share their experiences – from first arriving at college to returning to one’s homeland – with much humor and grace and very little anger. It’s effective at addressing its issues in a nonconfrontational way, thoughtful, and – while dealing with a touchy subject – also quite enjoyable.
Read More About Grappling Gently With Touchy Subjects: “Wrestling With Angels & Demons,” Through October 24 At Augustana College...
Written By: Mike Schulz
Category: Feature Stories
Augustana College opens its 2010-11 theatre season with the student/faculty collaboration Wrestling with Angels & Demons, and true to its title, the play will find its performers doing a fair share of wrestling. Yet rather than physical (or metaphysical) beings, the production’s student actors will actually be grappling with questions: What is democracy? What is the American Dream? And a question that many of us have contemplated this year: Is Rod Blagojevich really blacker than Barack Obama?
Read More About "Wrestling" Match: Director Scott Irelan Blends Modern Themes With Modern Tech In "Wrestling With Angels & Demons," October 15 Through 24 At Augustana College...
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