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Hamlet

You will walk away from RSC’s Hamlet with colors exploding in your mind’s eye. Costumes, drapes, headdresses, paintings, and pieces of the set are bri...
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Judas

The scene opens on a panoramic view of the Jerusalem skyline as if from a tower window. It looks ancient at first - the crumbling stone temples and ca...
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Sancho: An Act of Remembrance

Sancho: An Act of Remembrance starts in the lobby on the third floor of the National Black Theatre in Harlem. You step out of the elevator and are dir...
Pete Rex 59E59 Theatres, New York City
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Pete Rex

Have you ever watched Jurassic Park and wished that it was a lot weirder? And that, instead of a magical prehistoric island, it took place in a small ...
X Or, Betty Shabazz v. The Nation Actg.Co.
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X: or, Betty Shabazz v. The Nation

A slickly-dressed, silver-tongued man is talking a mile a minute, and his words are so harmonious that, if you knew nothing about Malcolm X’s life and...
The Undertaking 59E59 Theaters, NYC Photo by Carol Rosegg
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The Undertaking

In the beginning, all we know is the premise. A “playful and idiosyncratic take on the classical trip to the land of the dead,” the 59E59 Theaters web...
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A Christmas Carol

Origin’s A Christmas Carol is a tradition that one could easily slip into. When you first enter the old Chelsea townhouse, all your senses are...
Kafka and Son SoHo Playhouse, New York City
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Kafka and Son

In a dark theater with rusty cages, a prison cot, melodramatic music, and black feathers strewn everywhere...
The Merchant of Venice Montclair State University (c) Marina Levitskaya
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The Merchant of Venice

If there’s ever a reason to get a Manhattanite out to New Jersey for the sake of theater, this play is that reason.