In this world of Jazz at Buster’s Place you hear music but the talk is about a death, drugs, and sex.
“ ’Still Life Goes On’ is a very engaging and promising debut an important and deeply poetical piece of political theater… racial conflicts, gender issues and class divides of sixties America
And yet Melton’s worldview is not limited to 1968, but spans the last century. In writing about race, heritage and immigrant culture she reflects on the ‘Jim Crow’ era, the European colonization of Africa, and the question of identification in contemporary (Western) pluralistic society”. Rebecca Faulkner