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Meshahnye

There is a pervasive, deep-seated unhappiness which infects every character of DoubleDecker Productions’ Meshahnye. The first sign of this is Tatiana ...
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The Emperor

There is no shortage of art that comments on the current administration. Revivals and new plays alike are prone to this scrutiny by a modern American ...
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James and Jamesy in the Dark

Have you ever wondered what the Pixar lamp does beyond your television screen? This show won’t tell you, but the two men hopping around with lampshade...
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Meaningful Conversation

Everything is dark. It’s 2006, and if you’re a New Yorker you’ll have already connected the dots: we are in a cozy, untidy apartment bedroom in Astori...
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Agnes

Now here is a play worth seeing! For its writing, for its acting, for its wisdom. Lesser America’s production of Catya McMullen’s Agnes at the 59E59 c...
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Separate and Equal

Set on a basketball court in 1950s Alabama, SEPARATE AND EQUAL sets six young men against each other - three black, three white - navigating the preju...
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The Other Day

The 14th Street Y’s production of The Other Day by Mark Jason Williams appears, at first glance, to be a story about struggling with addiction. Which ...
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Worse Than Tigers

New Ohio Theatre is all about the downtown scene. It hopes to promote an independent theatre community there, so their theatrical choices can be - in ...
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Less Than 50%

If someone says they are NOT a certain way adamantly enough, chances are that someone is exactly that way. It’s like falling for that guy that believe...
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Summer Shorts Series B

If there’s a thread that runs through the Summer Shorts (Series B) at 59E59, presented by Throughline Artists, it’s the stories we tell ourselves—abou...