P R E S S C O V E R A G E
HittingTheStage.com | June 20, 2019
Captivating Storytelling: INDECENT
at The ARTS
REVIEW BY J. MAKI'ILEI ISHIHARA
PHOTOS BY JUDY NGUYEN
INDECENT: THE TRUE STORY OF A LITTLE JEWISH PLAY written by Paula Vogel, directed by Lurana Donnels O’Malley, is a reverent and haunting telling of a masterpiece that bears witness to the saving grace and power of Theatre.
The timeline begins before World War II, the audience travels through it like the Inception movie with scenes from Sholom Ash’s life, his play The God of Vengance, the controversies that surrounded his work, and the Yiddish Theatre Troupe who was brave enough to share its truth.
By Paula Vogel
The Kiss that Shocked Broadway
JUNE 21-30, 2019
A HAWAII STATE PREMIERE : THE ARTS AT MARKS
Honolulu Star-Bulletin | June 20, 2019
Forbidden kiss provokes tumult,
bigotry in Indecent
BY RASA FOURNIER
SPECIAL TO THE STAR-ADVERTISER
PHOTOS BY JAMM AQUINO
It takes an artist to mix together some of history’s most incendiary issues — from same-sex love to the Holocaust, obscenity, immigration and government oppression — and deliver the results in a tender, mesmerizing and even humorous package.
Paula Vogel’s play “Indecent,” opening Friday at ARTS at Marks, does just that.
Hawaii Public Radio | June 21, 2019
INDECENT opens at Mark's Garage
Hawaii Public Radio's Catherine Cruz interviews Director Lurana Donnels O'Malley about her upcoming production of the play INDECENT, opening June 21 at the ARTS at Mark's Garage.
Photo by Judy Nguyen
June 21, 2019