This undated theater image released by DARR Publicity shows, from left, Nick Lawson, Michael Cullen, James Kautz and Anna Stromberg, in a scene from “Collision” performing off-Broadway at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater in New York. (AP photo/DARR Publicity, Russ Rowland)
NEW YORK (AP) — Apparently, some people can be easily persuaded to arm themselves and take aim at the world.
That’s the premise of the edgy but disappointing “Collision,” written by Lyle Kessler and directed by David Fofi, which opened Tuesday night in a world premiere by The Amoralists at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.
No compelling reason is presented onstage as to why this group of three unhappy college students, a jaded professor and an illegal gun dealer end up as Kessler has decided.
It’s absolutely unclear why the students and professor would be compelled to Login to read more