Players Circle Theater tackles issues of diversity, race and entitlement with its production of “Admissions”At least once a year, Players Circle Theater Artistic Director Bob Cacioppo like to produce a hip new play that's the talk of New York. So, he's heralding in the new year with “Admissions,” a family drama that places diversity and minority preferences front and center. With a story about white entitlement and guilt that's ripped from today's headline, the play is the latest offering by “Bad Jews” playwright Joshua Harmon, who Cacioppo calls the next Arthur Miller.
Fifty people have been indicted following a college admissions scandal, involving universities across the country. Here in Southwest Florida,…