In conjunction with the Huntington Theatre Company’s world premiere production of Bob Glaudini’s emVengeance is the Lord’sem, Gordana Rabrenovic, Ph. D, associate professor and director at Northeastern University’s Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict, speaks about crime and the American family at the post-show Humanities Forum. The Huntington Theatre Company continues its 29th season with the world premiere of Bob Glaudini’s emVengeance is the Lord’sem, directed by Peter DuBois. In emVengeance is the Lord’sem, a mother's call for mercy clashes with a father's need for retribution when their daughter's murderer comes up for parole. Sharp jokes, tough love, and foul-mouthed conversations drive this searing and darkly funny new drama, which unfolds at holiday dinners from Thanksgiving to Easter. As elements of the Horvath’s criminal enterprises spill into their home, they are confronted with a classic moral question: what to do when "justice" is not enough?moreless
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