Measure for measure at Bryant Park NYC
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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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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.
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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...
TUMACHO, The Wild Project, New York
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Picture this: the small stage is set up like your typical Western saloon, from the wooden floorboards to the classic swinging doors to the Mexican blanket draped over the bar. As an added effect, the word “SA...
The Tomb of King Tot, The Wild Project, New York
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The Tomb of King Tot

They say that introducing a major change is what makes a good story, and The Tomb of King Tot certainly masters this trick. We’re just getting comfortable with the characters – each quirky and instantly lik...
review Permanent Caterpillar The Brick Theater, Brooklyn, New York
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Permanent Caterpillar

Imagine being trapped forever in a life that magnifies your insecurities, awkwardness, and all of your flaws, doomed never to overcome them. This is the premise of Permanent Caterpillar, written and directed by...
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This gives “To be or not to be?” an entirely new meaning. I have to admit I was skeptical when I first walked into the theater for a show called Hamlet10. Produced by the New York Shakespeare Exchange, the ...
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When you decide to see a physical theater adaptation of Ovid at a Chelsea art gallery, you know you’re in for something unique. The show began unconventionally enough – the actors stood around the top of th...
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The mood is set for William Shakespeare’s Pericles before you even take your seat. The stage, glowing with deep blue light, dominates the Polonsky Shakespeare Center, and the air is still, as if the theater i...