Chances are, if you’re hosting a holiday feast this year, you’ll have at least one friend or family member who will be a little flustered by the feathered fowl at the center of the table. For either ethical or health reasons, many people are making the switch to a vegetarian or vegan diet.
The jig is up. Here’s where the paper-thin tissue of my supposed artistic authority tears asunder, revealing in sharp relief the uneducated, superficial, pretentious preening prig that hides beneath: Old Dominion University’s current production of The Death of Thomas Edison is absolutely gorgeous to behold, and I’m not completely sure I get it.
Happy Thanksgiving, Family! It’s great to see you all again. Oh, by the way, I won’t be eating any of this here turkey at all. This is my coming out. I’m now vegetarian or vegan!
The Hunger Games: where the colorful and lavish people of the Capital visit the humble Districts each year to pick children to destroy their lives in an effort at oppression.
Now imagine a sort of reverse Hunger Games scenario—a happy Reaping Day--where when the people of the Capital come to your District each year they children... to change their lives for the better.
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