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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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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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Tech Support

The blurb for Debra Whitfield’s Off Broadway premiere of her play, Tech Support, hints at a relevant, female-driven, clever yet cute play of a 21st ce...
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Felix Starro

“Did you hear? Felix Starro is coming!” echoes around the stage, opening for the first time ever an Off-Broadway musical created by Filipino-Americans...
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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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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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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...