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Sense and Sensibility

Suit the action to the word, the word to the action, Hamlet famously exhorts the players. The vigorous fusion of word and action in Bedlam’s madcap ...
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Il Trovatore

Missing children, revenge killing, civil war, doomed love—another fabulous night at the Metropolitan Opera. And my word, this is the Verdi opera wit...
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Maria Stuarda

Star Power; have you ever had a friend say you must try something unfamiliar because there is a star you absolutely cannot miss? That is the experienc...
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Burnished by Grief

A delightfully neurotic tenant who doesn't pay her rent hires a lawyer who rambles on in spasmodic legalese. The fun has only just begun in this gleef...
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Ed Asner: A Man and His Prostate

Respect and reverence greet Ed Asner as he shuffles through the audience to an awaiting folding chair onstage; a microphone stand poised to hold his w...
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Love Und Greed

Mad Jenny, dressed in the iconic coat tails and top hat, slinked onto the stage reminiscent of Marlene Dietrich. She playfully stroked a bald head in ...
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Confirmation

Great art makes you think a little bit harder than you normally do. Christopher Thorpe, the man in the one-man show Confirmation, achieves exactly tha...
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Intimacy

Here’s one measure of success: I left Intimacy fully convinced that I had just witnessed an unusually brave structured improvisation, one where thes...
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C. S. Lewis The Screwtape Letters

Welcome to the “Lowerarchy”. Screwtape is a highly placed (or rather hellishly lowly placed) official in the vast administration of “Our Father ...