The playwright has skillfully brought together a number of theories from a variety of disciplines: economics, history, theology, politics, sociology, popular culture. The play personifies theory into characters who engage, conflict with one another and interact principally through sparring conversation. We have been provided a platform that brings the reader/audience into that conversation and into compelling thoughts centered on the clash of values and perspectives — inevitable power struggles. And he has done so in a way that includes humor and the occasional reference to current social issues that will first surprise and then connect with diverse audiences.
Sawyer, Carol H.
"Review of “The Age of Loneliness”,"
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