Tag: Matthew Montelongo

  • Birds of a Feather

    “A Route of Evanescence/With a revolving Wheel—/A Resonance of Emerald—/A Rush of Cochineal,” so Emily Dickinson described the hummingbird. But the lines apply equally well to Adam Bock’s avian comedy Five Flights. In a bright, swift swirl of language and incident, the play demonstrates Bock’s talent for unflowery poetry and unsyrupy compassion. The play may […]