Posts tagged Cherry Lane Theatre
POST: 'Pass Over' - stuck, at the bottom

That’s really where Kitch and Moses are stuck, the bottom of society. Essentially homeless and jobless they keep to themselves as they make an effort to find their place in the world, but it’s the world (or the people) that surrounds them that doesn’t seem to help. To the world they are delinquents, criminals, and murderers yet they haven’t committed a single crime that hasn’t been served and so it becomes obvious why they are targeted. They’re two young black men.

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POST: 'Tuesdays With Morrie' - "Dying is one thing, living unhappily is something else."

Morrie was a motivational, encouraging mentor for Mitch, and he was providing him with wise, thought-provoking, and life-changing advice. He had a genuine concern for Mitch’s wellbeing and only wished the best for him. His intention were pure and full of love, and I admired that so much. I just wanted Morrie to be in my life. To be my quirky mentor. To be there for me.

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