REVIEW: Howards, Endless: The Inheritance on Broadway (for Parterre Box)

The Inheritance on Broadway. (Photo by Matthew Murphy for MurphyMade, 2019)


David Fox: One might as well begin with Matthew Lopez’s gay fantasia on Howards End, which we saw last Wednesday. Not exactly the way everyone would like to spend the day before Thanksgiving, but somehow suitable for us, don’t you think, Cameron?

Cameron Kelsall: Well, the majority of Americans find themselves sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic on that day, inching ever closer to fractious family gatherings where they hope their Fox-watching uncles won’t bring up Trump. I’ve always thought people who would put themselves in that position must have a latent masochistic streak. But since you and I decided to spend our pre-holiday day off at a seven-hour, two-part play about the bleak history of HIV/AIDS in the gay community, do we really have the right to judge anyone else’s choices?…

Read the full review at Parterre Box.

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