Destruction Rules In Entertaining Play

Theater: ‘True West’
Nathaniel Drake as Lee in the Ghent Playhouse production of “True West.” Photo submitted

Brothers. Two of them. One, Austin, has an Ivy league education, a career writing movie scripts and a wife; the other, Lee, has a filthy T-shirt, a belly, a life of petty crime and a can of Pabst Blue Ribbon. Why ever would there be trouble ahead?

Well, there’s jealousy, between them, irritation, anger and regret. 

But everyone has sorrows in “True West,” an entertaining play that is running at the Ghent Playhouse.

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