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At Black Lake

At Black Lake, written by German playwright Dea Loher and translated by Daniel Brunet, opens with an arrival. Johnny and Else show up late to Eddy and...
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Queen of Hearts

It has become such a rote exercise for directors and choreographers to plunder Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic that one would be forgiven for ignor...
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Feral

Feral opens with the tamest of images: a man walks on stage and, with a black sharpie, draws a stick figure, which he labels, “Joe (Me)”. The man cont...
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Shakesbeer: The Games We Play

This iteration of “Shakesbeer,” titled “The Games We Play,” features four scenes, each in a different bar, and each turning on, predictably, a game. T...
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Entangled

A young white man enters a dark planetarium, wielding a gun, and opens fire. One of his bullets rips young black girl from her mother beneath the cold...
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Norma Jeane Baker of Troy

Anybody who goes Anne Carson’s new, beguiling play, expecting a tight narrative about the lives of Marilyn Monroe and Helen of Troy, will come out dis...