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Land of Fire

We must keep communicating, Land of Fire playwright Mario Diament seems to insist, despite all the blood and pain, hatred and fear, on both sides of t...
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The Barber of Seville

My cheeks still hurt from grinning.  This Barber of Seville is giddy, witty fun throughout. Fresh as a Broadway-worthy musical comedy, it’s powered...
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La Donna Del Lago

Joyce DiDonato’s tone is rich and lustrous as Elena, the ardor-inspiring Lady of the Lake, with a depth and force equal to the emotional gales she car...
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Thérèse Raquin

Lust, murder, and terror Playbill promises this new adaptation of Emile Zola’s 1867 novel will deliver. Indeed, it’s served up with all the trimmings....
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Wolf Red

Wolf Red is billed as an example of “Physical Theater”, a new term to me. In this case, it is non-narrative, theatrical, poetic--a full sister to mode...
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Our Class

Our Class by Tadeusz Stobodzianek demands to be seen and gives much in return. Now playing at the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv with English supertitles ...