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Maz and Bricks

Maz and Bricks by the Irish playwright, Eva O’Connor at 59E59 is a love story. But not a typical love story. It is the story of two strangers who meet...
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BOOM

“Ok boomers,” I have to hand it to you — the music you grew up with can’t be beat, no pun intended. “Young Blood” I may be, but a “Piece of My Heart” ...
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ray gun say0nara

A puzzling sci-fi mystery that blends together 1950s B-movie space tropes, alternative universes, sci-fi themes, avant-garde schtick, worm-holes throu...
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In Blue

The set of Ran Xia’s In Blue at The Tank is wistful, antique. A string suspended from the ceiling holds sparse, bare lightbulbs and letters above the ...
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A Christmas Carol in Harlem

Revamping classics and infusing them with a personal, accessible flair is what the Classical Theatre of Harlem does - it’s all in the name. And much l...
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Nutcracker Rouge

The Nutcracker: an innocuous, family-friendly ballet that has become a Christmas tradition. Nutcracker Rouge: the part-burlesque, part-circus, part-ca...
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Measure for Measure

If the Public Theater’s Mobile Unit is nothing else, it’s a party. Of course, the Mobile Unit is actually much, much more than this. But even with the...
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Amadeus

How often do we find ourselves humming a tune, not realizing it’s a Mozart composition? You don’t have to be a classical music aficionado to know who ...
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BrandoCapote

The most memorable line from Sara and Reid Farrington’s BrandoCapote was an analogy that likened three middle-school bullies to a “Cerberus of average...