USA

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so go the ghosts of mexico part two

This play is a tapestry of culture and menace that refuses to release you from its grip. Crime scene dead body outlines on the floor are integrated into a vibrant folkloric design...
Afterglow The Loft at The Davenport Theatre, New York
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Afterglow

At an intimate theatre, guests are beckoned to their seats right across a stage strewn with sneakers and clothes...
HE UNWRITTEN LAWDixon Place, Chrystie Street, NYC
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The Unwritten Law

In The Unwritten Law Chesney Snow, award-winning actor, poet and songwriter, wants to say ‘black lives matter’ but without using these particular words...
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Summer Shorts 2017

Summer Shorts 2017 returns to New York for its eleventh season, bringing six new American plays in just the right portions for warm summer nights.
Lost-and-Guided
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Lost and Guided

How does one write a play about the Syrian civil war and refugee crisis that avoids exploiting an ongoing real-life tragedy ...
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Dear Jane

Several times during Joan Beber’s new play Dear Jane, we are told that conflict is essential to good drama:
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The Three Musketeers

If summer theater had “blockbusters” the same way that summer movies do, The Three Musketeers would certainly be a good candidate.
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Anna On Fire and Uncensored

In Anna On Fire and Uncensored, her new cabaret act at New York's venerable, intimate Metropolitan Room, Russian immigrant Anna Fishbeyn takes us through her journey of sexual discovery...