I loved the script. I love this play. I love the part. I just love Della.
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She's got everything to play. Della is the protagonist of Bekah Brunstetter's timely new play The Cake , a dark comedy that examines Della's internal and external conflicts when her late best friend's daughter, who happens to be gay, asks her to bake her wedding cake. This summer, she earned raves for her turn in the role at Barrington Stage Company in the Berkshires, where Rupp is an associate artist. She's baking up her third voyage in the role as we speak, reuniting with much of the original Echo cast for another LA engagement, this time at the Geffen September October It's clear Rupp loves this play and this character, particularly because of how multifaceted the role is. It's about getting to know another person.
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To bake or not to bake? Since then, similar cases have arisen in other states, proving this is not an isolated incident. The phenomenon is symptomatic of the great divide between the so-called liberal elite and evangelicals. She believes in following the instructions without deviation, the way God intended.
Plays written fresh off the news can quickly stale into irrelevance. One application of that right has been much in the news as courts consider whether bakers, citing religious objections, may refuse to make wedding cakes for gay couples. Last year the Supreme Court decided that, at least in some cases, they may. That would be the end of the matter but for two things. The other is that Ms.