The Witch of St. Elmora Street Access Theater, New York City
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The Witch of St. Elmora Street

If you’re lucky enough to come from an Italian-American family born and bred in one of New York City’s boroughs, let nostalgia alone drive you to The Witch on St. Elmora Street. And if you aren’t one of t...
Such Nice Shoes, New York
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Such Nice Shoes

What happens when you mix über wealthy yoga clients, the MTA, the city’s homeless, crappy auditions, and breast cancer? asks Christine Renee Miller’s Such Nice Shoes. As it turns out, the answer is a hilar...

United Solo Theatre Festival

The mission of the festival is “to build a community of artists and theatre-goers who treasure the intimate form of art, in which an individual human voice is acknowledged and cherished.” And a celebrati...
The Rape of Lucrece, Teatro Latea at the Clemente, New York City
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The Rape of Lucrece

A good play is one that may be set in ancient Rome (and I mean really ancient Rome, centuries before Julius Caesar); may have been written 400 years ago by a dead Elizabethan playwright; but still, reincarnated...
Fit for a Queen at 3LD Art and Technology Center
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Fit for a Queen

Sex, power struggles, political intrigue, the tyranny of the patriarchy: these themes were as familiar three and a half thousand years ago as they are in this morning’s Twitter feed. Enter the world of 15th c...

Origin’s 1st Irish Theatre Festival

Irish culture has been a major tributary of New York City’s makeup at least since the mid-nineteenth century potato famine--witness the prominence of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral if you have any doubt. But t...
Measure for measure at Bryant Park NYC
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Measure for Measure

Bryant Park Presents Shakespeare is topping off its summer season with The Drilling Company’s production of Measure for Measure. But this version of Shakespeare’s raucous, fun, if slightly problematic come...
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Touch

Nostalgia and grief spill from each expertly-crafted line of Toni Press-Coffman’s Touch. Against a backdrop of cardboard boxes, packing tape, and makeshift stars, the play delves deep into the territory of un...
That Which Isn't at The Brick, New York.
2.0★ ★

That Which Isn’t

In Brooklyn, Matthew Freeman’s new play That Which Isn’t sets itself up to delve into the intricacies of human relationships. Set during the course of two separate nights, five years apart, the show is char...