Nina Puro reviews The Relationship’s production of Khadijah Queen’s Non-Sequitur for Weird Sister
"I was moved because Queen’s work expresses familiar valances and questions better than I’ve been able to: debt, trying harder, misapplied subjectivity, the commerce in sexuality, 'revolutionaries,' internal monologues, world-building, the multiplicity of personas, the blurring of public and private, self-doubt, frustration, complacency, the vagueness in white protest—'THE BEAT POET,' 'THE ROCK-KIKER,' 'THE HABITUAL JUSTIFIER.' Within this range of identities, building a family often occurs via approximation, failure, threat, systematized gaps, subcultures, diaspora. These static gaps between scenes felt to me as real as the scenes, akin to culture-shifting in everyday life." Follow the link for the rest of Puro's review.