Monday, February 4, 2013

Melting Pot KC "Old School Ghetto Gospel" review by Robert Trussell

The inaugural production from Melting Pot KC is a barebones execution of an interesting new play with some dynamite performances. Melting Pot, the most recent fledgling theater company in a town that seems to sprout small performance groups on a regular basis, was founded by character actor and playwright Harvey Williams, who with this production unveils a dramatic comedy called “Old School Ghetto Gospel.” The play’s dramatic structure may be a little rough, but Williams demonstrates a flair for comedic timing and sharp characterizations. In the play’s dramatic moments, he also exhibits a capacity for impassioned poetic dialogue.

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