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Fern Hill

Michael Tucker’s Fern Hill, now playing at 59E59, was first developed at the 2017 Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwright’s Conference and...
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Don Giovanni

Don Juan is a well-known legend whose legacy has remained owing predominantly to all its many variations and adaptations. This Spanish tale has been t...
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Werther

Can you imagine your novel being universally admired throughout Europe and wherever Western Culture prevailed as the most popular of the time? Well, e...
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Macbeth

I am a fan of Paul Hart’s work as a director and have previously enjoyed very much his approach to Shakespeare plays as well as his innovative musical...
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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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Maria Callas, The Black Pearl

Federica Nardacci’s monologue brings to life the thoughts and feelings of Maria Callas’s butler, Ferruccio Mezzadri. Through a stream-of-consciousness...
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Pride and Prejudice (Sort Of)

Can one really review any adaptation of Pride and Prejudice without some kind of variation on truths universally acknowledged? Probably, so I decided ...
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Amsterdam

This new play is a joint production between the Orange Tree Theatre and the Actors Touring Company. It is also Matthew Xia’s first production as artis...
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I puritani

Bellini’s last opera, I Puritani, premiered in Paris at the Théâtre-Italien in 1835 and it was an immediate success. Just a few months later an illnes...