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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 ...
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Cezary Goes to War

Category A – E: The official military rankings of men based upon a highly detailed list of criteria include physical dimensions, level of fitness, kno...
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The Woman in Black

It’s a ghost story in a pub. Or more specifically, the Club Car at the McKittrick Hotel. The atmosphere of the Club Car is mysterious, old-fashioned, ...
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The Merry Wives of Windsor

To quote Bob Dylan, "the times they are a-changin’," and The Bard is out once again to challenge our ability to accept those changes. Using the funky ...
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17 Minutes

Scott Organ’s 17 Minutes, presented by the Barrow Group and directed by its co-artistic director Seth Barrish, is a play about inaction: both an indiv...
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Timon of Athens

Outside the city walls, thousands lie destitute and homeless; but inside a cozy estate, a party rages on for the 1%. It is “Athens: Sometime in the Fu...
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Speakeasy Magick

Down one of the western-most avenues in Chelsea is a street with seemingly nothing special about it. But if you know which doors to walk through, you’...
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Boom

There are certain shows which issue a clear generational divide, and what a more apt show to do so, than one which purpose is literally to pontificate...
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How to Load a Musket

Following the participants of American Civil War battle recreations, How to Load a Musket begins as a funny, fascinating view of the people behind fam...