September 25, 2021
Audio Features
Sokolsky on the Arts and Entertainment
A weekly program focusing on the arts and entertainment
Don’t bring he kids.

That is the advice Eric Barr gives when he talks about “Spring Awakening,” the unusual show he is directing.

The play opens Nov. 11 at UCR’s Studio Theater and, Barr tells Arts and Entertainment Editor Bob Sokolsky, it may be the most censored theatrical piece ever written.

But, Barr adds, this is far from porno. It deals with teenage angst, he tells Sokolsky.

And while it was written in 1891 it shows us that some things never change and must be faced in the same way.
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