Review: Gulfshore Playhouse’s ‘Radio Golf’ offers complex clash of philosophies

“Radio Golf” is a trip through a house of mirrors, from a slightly different vantage point for many of us — perhaps peering into the reflection from above our own heads, or from off to the side.

The components are all there. If we have to cock our heads to recognize things, reality still hits us, sometimes harder when we see it anew.

That reality: Whether urban renewal is in the hands of white or African-American developers, it bulldozes the good along with the bad. It is about to happen in The Hill, a Black neighborhood in decline for decades. But it won’t come without a fight for one solitary house sitting in a strategic spot, like a doorstop to gentrification.