Originally published in Pasadena Voice, by Taylor Stokes, on June 13, 2017
From the spectacular sights of Broadway to a local high school production of “Grease,” moments of entertainment typically linger on the average person’s mind when they think of theater. But among many other functions, the theater also primarily serves as a way to educate, a place where different personal and cultural barriers have the capability to be brought down, and for complex thought and learning to take their place.
The AngelWing Project, a nonprofit performing arts organization based in Anne Arundel County, strives to integrate both education and entertainment into its performances. The company’s latest production, “Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years,” is no exception to that standard.