Kafka and Son SoHo Playhouse, New York City
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Kafka and Son

In a dark theater with rusty cages, a prison cot, melodramatic music, and black feathers strewn everywhere...
I of the Storm Richard Hoehler. Photo by Michael Abrams (6)
3.0★ ★ ★

I of the Storm

The “Everyman” at the center of RJ Bartholomew’s poetic monologue, or “solo riff,” I of the Storm, now playing at the Gym at Judson...
The Merchant of Venice Montclair State University (c) Marina Levitskaya
5.0★ ★ ★ ★ ★

The Merchant of Venice

If there’s ever a reason to get a Manhattanite out to New Jersey for the sake of theater, this play is that reason.
Blamed: An Established Fiction The Soho Playhouse
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Blamed: An Established Fiction

The ensemble of Blamed is already on stage at the Soho Playhouse as attendees take their seats - a cast of women in vests...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

so go the ghosts of mexico part two

This play is a tapestry of culture and menace that refuses to release you from its grip. Crime scene dead body outlines on the floor are integrated into a vibrant folkloric design...
Afterglow The Loft at The Davenport Theatre, New York
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At an intimate theatre, guests are beckoned to their seats right across a stage strewn with sneakers and clothes...
HE UNWRITTEN LAWDixon Place, Chrystie Street, NYC
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The Unwritten Law

In The Unwritten Law Chesney Snow, award-winning actor, poet and songwriter, wants to say ‘black lives matter’ but without using these particular words...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Summer Shorts 2017

Summer Shorts 2017 returns to New York for its eleventh season, bringing six new American plays in just the right portions for warm summer nights.
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

Lost and Guided

How does one write a play about the Syrian civil war and refugee crisis that avoids exploiting an ongoing real-life tragedy ...