John Guare


LYDIE BREEZE PART ONE: COLD HARBOR (EgoPo): Ambitious, sprawling, but emotionally hollow

COLD HARBOR is fast-paced and skillfully produced, with a large, stylistically diverse cast, but at its emotional core it is stiff and distant.


2018 Theater Preview: EgoPo Classic Theatre

EgoPo Classic Theatre focuses its 2017/18 series on the work of John Guare with the world premiere of Guare’s Lydie Breeze Trilogy as one fluid theatrical experience.


TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (EgoPo): High-spirited and delightfully messy

This musical theater version of Shakespeare’s Two Gentlemen of Verona, launches EgoPo’s season as a cabaret/fundraiser.


A FREE MAN OF COLOR (Temple): Outrageous but haphazard vaudeville

John Guare’s play about race relations in early 19th century New Orleans is sprawling and convoluted under the best of circumstances.

Two best friends who are also secret lovers (Carlo Campbell and Walter DeShields) with one of the women in their lives looking on (Alicia D. Smith).  Photo by Stephen Hudgins.

VI DEGREES (GoKash): Comrades in erotic arms

VI DEGREES by Kash Goins opens with a playfully sexual banter between an affianced couple: Solomon (Carlo Campbell), a classic tall, dark, and handsome schoolteacher lounging at home in his…