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The Bacchae

At the Classical Theater of Harlem’s annual summer show, they know how to impress. Taking well-worn classics and reinventing them in ways unique to th...
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Sleep No More

The McKittrick Hotel is dark. It’s one of the first things you must adapt to if you are to make your way in the world that is Sleep No More. In one of...
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Much Ado About Nothing

The Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park has long been one of New York’s most prized cultural jewels - and this summer, Kenny Leon’s Much Ado Abou...
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The Tempest

In the beginning of The Tempest, the audience is asked if we have ever felt enough rage that would raise a tempest with the sheer force of our anger. ...
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Fragments of a Star

Dalida may not be a name as instantly recognizable, let alone undoubtedly iconic, to American ears as it is to the French. But the mission of Fragment...
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Socrates

It feels lazy to say that Socrates, playing at the Public Theater, bears a message for our modern times. It’s undeniable that the depiction of a broke...
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The Tragedy of Julius Caesar

The lights haven’t even dimmed before a guttural scream rips through the theater, so unexpected and primal that most of the audience actually jump in ...