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The Way West

Thank goodness for The Labyrinth Theater Company and their consistent commitment to socially relevant theater executed at the peak of artistic integri...
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The Humans

This is what love actually looks like, Director Joe Mantello reportedly coached the cast of The Humans, with emphasis on the word “actually”. This wor...
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Hamlet10

This gives “To be or not to be?” an entirely new meaning. I have to admit I was skeptical when I first walked into the theater for a show called Hamle...
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The Hundred We Are

The Hundred We Are gives voice to a generation torn. It puts a finger on a nagging feeling that accompanies living in this age: a fear that we will ne...
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Caenis

When you decide to see a physical theater adaptation of Ovid at a Chelsea art gallery, you know you’re in for something unique. The show began unconve...
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The Bacchae

I have high hopes when I walk into Faux Real Theatre’s production of Euripides’ Greek tragedy, The Bacchae. After all, the company’s press release pro...
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Rent

A sure draw for any true-blue fans of the stage, Rent is the perennially popular Broadway version of the opera La Bohème by Giacomo Puccini. It swaps ...
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Hughie

Hughie is a bit of a stepchild in the O'Neill canon.  An hourlong character portrait of a small-time Runyonesque hustler, it's from the same period as...
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Madama Butterfly

Thank you, Fates, for putting us at the Metropolitan Opera on this rare night. Cio-cio-san, the Butterfly character upon whom the entire evening rests...