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...
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...
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.
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Measure for Measure

Measure for Measure at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center in Brooklyn explodes at you from every corner of the stage.
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Charleses

You are plunged into Carl Holder’s world of Charleses via a woodshop: ...
The Rape of Lucrece, Teatro Latea at the Clemente, New York City
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The Rape of Lucrece

A good play is one that may be set in ancient Rome (and I mean really ancient Rome, centuries before Julius Caesar); may have been written 400 years a...
The Black Crook at Abrons Arts Center
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The Black Crook

The Black Crook figures prominently in theater history. First staged in September 1866, the year after the bloodiest conflict in the nation's history ...