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Novenas for a Lost Hospital

Grab your walking shoes and ditch your large bags, folks - this show requires your hands free to hold a candle, applaud, and perhaps wipe some stray t...
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Looking at You

“I have nothing to hide,” said multiple characters on repeated occasions throughout Looking at You, a “techno-noir opera” that immerses you in a tech ...
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Patience

When I learned the show’s premise, I was originally skeptical that watching competitive solitaire players square off could be as gripping as a fast-pa...
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Two’s A Crowd

What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas. For better or for worse, sometimes its bright lights, hijinks, and debauchery make appearances on,...

She NYC Arts Festival

In the past two weeks, I have time-traveled, hopped from coast to coast, boosted my language-learning skills, laughed, cried, and everything in betwee...
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The Great Novel

There exists plenty of lore about writers who get haunted by literary greats to finish their works. (Tales of Alexander Hamilton haunting Lin-Manuel M...
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Julie Madly Deeply

In the program, 59E59 Theaters artistic director Val Day describes this show as “infectiously joyous.” I couldn’t think of a better phrase - except pe...
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Open

What is a magic show if it has no magic? At first, it’s a cute little skit meant to testify to the power of imagination. The Magician (Megan Hill) ...
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Brief Chronicle Books 6-8

To answer what’s probably your first question: no, you don’t need to see Books 1-5 first. They don’t exist. Ghosts, on the other hand, certainly do. ...