From the monthly archives: February 2018

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The Good Doctor and Other Such Scandals

Congratulations to the Gramercy Christian High School Drama Class for their brilliant production of  The Good Doctor, a somewhat scandalous look at the often disguised, and sometimes blatant, fallen condition of humankind.  Written by Neil Simon, and based on a collection of short stories by Anton Chekhov, The Good Doctor is a series of vignettes, both comical and tragic, that ultimately lead the audience into a confrontation with some of mankind's more subtle sins.  Although he grew up in the Russian Orthodox church, there is much debate as to whether or not Chekhov was a born-again believer; nonetheless, according to Father Robert Arida, Chekhov "was in a passionate struggle for the meaning of human existence and, through his characters, one encounters a doctor and writer who tenaciously wrestles with Christ, the Church, and the Gospel."   Because Drama, much like the other Arts, deals with human nature and how human nature presents itself in the world, it is oftentimes m ...

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