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Friday, May 11,2012

Forbidden Bacon

In Ken Kaissar’s daring new satire, A Modest Suggestion, four yes-men weigh the pros and cons of some pretty tough questions: What does it mean to be Jewish?
Tuesday, May 8,2012

Paris Original

Have you ever thought about when the first beauty contest might have been held? I mean, there’s a first time for everything.
Monday, April 30,2012

Psychic Friends

Three women come together one afternoon for a reading at the Middletown, New Jersey, home of a psychic, trying to come to terms with the loss of a loved one.
Friday, April 20,2012

That '90s Show

What strange things could befall theatergoers who enter a play called Sophie Gets the Horns?
Monday, April 16,2012

Three at the Flea

The Flea Theater offers up its New Play Festival beginning April 20, with three world premieres set to hit the boards.
Tuesday, April 10,2012

Same-Sex Shakespeare

This may not be your grandmother’s Midsummer, but its one for 21st century New York City, with Hermia and Lysander re-imagined as lesbian lovers.
Wednesday, April 4,2012

Philadelphia Story

The always intriguing LAByrinth Theater Company is set to premiere Brett C. Leonard’s play Ninth and Joanie, about a South Philadelphia Italian-American family in crisis.
Wednesday, March 28,2012

The French Connection

What actor doesn’t remember the thrill of being cast in your first or second or third play, and being handed your very own Samuel French script?
Monday, March 19,2012

Tennessee's Last Waltz

He will forever be known for a handful of some of the greatest American plays ever written, but Tennessee Williams’s output for the theater was deep and vast.
Wednesday, March 14,2012

Court Is In Session

Our theatrical literature is full of plays about wartime and servicemen, from Journey’s End to South Pacific, from On The Town to Mister Roberts, from Streamers to Biloxi Blues… the list goes on.
 
 
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