REVIEW: MAMMOTH: A DE-EXTINCTION LOVE STORY

**SPOILERS** A gunshot rings out near the end Buran Theatre’s challenging new play, Mammoth: A De-Extinction Love Story, and a mammoth drops dead. Following that, the shooter approaches the dead creature’s companion (another mammoth) and seeks to justify his actions. He relates to the surviving mammoth, by pointing out he too lost his wife “in a brou-ha-ha…ha…ha,” adding that he “never knows how many ha-ha’s … Continue reading REVIEW: MAMMOTH: A DE-EXTINCTION LOVE STORY

PRE-GAME: BURAN’S MAMMOTH: A DE-EXTINCTION LOVE STORY

This weekend, Buran Theatre’s production of Mammoth: A De-Extinction Love Story will open at the Brick, where it is being presented as part of their Resident Artists series. Adam R. Burnett is Artistic Director of Buran Theatre and as such his plays are the driving force behind the company. After years of seeing his work and corresponding with him, I consider Adam a friend and … Continue reading PRE-GAME: BURAN’S MAMMOTH: A DE-EXTINCTION LOVE STORY