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Life x3

The most well-known work of playwright extraordinaire Yasmina Reza can perhaps universally be termed as “fun.” Most notably in ART and God of Carnage,...
2.0★ ★
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Eve’s Song

We know something’s up off the bat: no one can relax among the meticulous cleanliness and set-up of this plain and normal home, especially after the m...
5.0★ ★ ★ ★ ★
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The Thanksgiving Play

So you've got two “woke” theater artists; one’s a proud vegan, the other is a yoga freak and self-described “vegan ally.” They hire an elementary scho...
2.0★ ★
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Daniel’s Husband

Daniel and Mitchell have it all: a loving home, great friends, careers they’re proud of. But no marriage certificate. Daniel wants it, and Mitchell is...
5.0★ ★ ★ ★ ★
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I Was Most Alive With You

Its title inspires love, connection, loss, hope, fear: the work itself stirs in its audience all these ideas in the most unrelenting, heart-breaking, ...
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The Emperor

There is no shortage of art that comments on the current administration. Revivals and new plays alike are prone to this scrutiny by a modern American ...
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The Beyoncé

Eliza Bent’s “The Beyonce” is likely to excite fans of both Chekhov and intimate theater. The set (designed by Sam Transleau with admirable attention ...
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Summer Shorts Series A

The perfectly curated “Summer Shorts” series at 59E59 Theaters manages to give a loving spotlight to three distinct and smart voices. “Summer Shorts” ...
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The Loon

Dan Safer’s latest creation with the dance-theatre group Witness Relocation follows a college professor/lecturer type as he grapples with his own mort...