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P*ssyc*ck Know Nothing

P*ssyc*ck Know Nothing. I felt like I knew nothing going into Target Margin Theater’s retelling of 1001 Nights, years in the making. Not the venue, no...
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Seven Sins

Welcome to Company XIV, the lavish baroque burlesque amalgam of everything titillating. After taking on classics from Alice in Wonderland to The Nutcr...
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Suicide Forest

Haruna Lee’s Suicide Forest, an experimental play that wrestles with questions of Japanese-American cultural and sexual identity and psychology in a w...
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Mr Toole

For fans of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book A Confederacy of Dunces, written by John Kennedy Toole and published posthumously against all odds, this w...
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One Green Bottle

In a metallic, soundproof house, a family is fighting about who must cancel their plans to look after their pregnant dog at home instead. The father, ...
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Frankenstein

Classic Stage has frankly (no pun intended) furnished its auditorium exactly how I’d expect “Frankenstein” to look: metallic and Gothic, with sparse c...
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The Sabbath Girl

How many goys does it take to screw in a lightbulb on a Friday night? For one lonely Orthodox Jew it’s one beautiful Italian neighbor. That’s the prem...
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Where We Stand

I’m used to going to the fourth floor of the WP Theater, but it’s currently blocked off by a sign saying, “Closed for town meeting.” That struck me as...
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Brecht: Call and Respond

What do fans of 20th-century German theatre, poetry retreats and Marie Kondo have in common? About as little as you’d expect, I’d guess, save for the ...