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BrandoCapote

The most memorable line from Sara and Reid Farrington’s BrandoCapote was an analogy that likened three middle-school bullies to a “Cerberus of average...
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Dr. Ride’s American Beach House

A warm summer night on a St. Louis tar beach - the roof of an apartment building overlooking the Mississippi - has two old grad school friends strippi...
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A Woman of the World

Emily Dickinson is one of the most celebrated of American poets. It was not until after her death in 1886 that her poems, discovered by her sister Lav...
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Bars and Measures

“Jazz is about telling a story - your story, not playing note-for-note someone else’s.” Every note of Bars and Measures, wonderfully composed by Ju...
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All My Fathers

What does it matter where you come from? The question of the truth and our foundational natures is something that artists and philosophers have long w...
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Strangers in the Night

Strangers in the Night aptly begins with a melancholy horn rendition of Frank Sinatra’s same-named ballad. And then Frank steps onstage - no, not Sina...
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Round Table

We are given next to no context, but suddenly on stage is a very tall man in a cloak and a helmet made from some very realistic curling ram’s horns, p...
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The Glass Menagerie

There’s probably little I can tell you about the symbolism, character complexity and modernist nature of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie that ...