Bradford delivers drama with ‘IA Reconciliation’

May 22, 2015 697

by Daniel Gaitan

Kenosha Unified theater offers a heavy helping of melodrama with "Italian American Reconciliation," an intimate exploration of love, loss and loneliness. There is a 7:30 showing tonight (May 22) and Saturday (May 23) in the school's Black Box Theatre, 3700 Washington Road (Room 150).

"It's a story about relationships and people trying to figure out who they are and what it takes to really understand yourself. It takes place between the '60s and '70s," said director Robert Allen. "It's a nice way for our students to stretch a little bit further and to have something that's a little bit realistic, but also incorporating situations outside of their comfort zone, like divorce, marriage."

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