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2013 Stories by Alexis Soloski

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  • The Revisionist

    published February 27, 2013

    As an actor, Jesse Eisenberg has carved out a career playing young men who are smart, slightly smarmy, and crushingly naïve. As a playwright,... More >>

  • Jonathan Cake and Maggie Siff Feud and Frolic in TFANA's Much Ado

    published February 20, 2013

    Flowers wilt. Chocolates molder. Card stock yellows. Shakespeare knew—in his comedies and tragedies both—how abruptly even the... More >>

  • Really Really: School for Scandal

    published February 20, 2013

    Zosia Mamet, of Girls fame, stars in Paul Downs Colaizzo’s Really Really for MCC Theater. You might also expect to see the... More >>

  • UNHOLY MATRIMONY

    published February 20, 2013

    Sure, plenty of women get cold feet on their wedding day. But our heroine could be forgiven for some severe frostbite: It seems that her father... More >>

  • THE DEEP END

    published February 20, 2013

    Though Rajiv Joseph is still comparatively new on the playwriting scene, he’s made a splash with dramas involving relationships as... More >>

  • House Hunters

    published February 6, 2013

    Since the latest financial crisis reared, some 4 million homes have been foreclosed upon. That's good news for Crystal (America Ferrera) . . .... More >>

  • Automata for the People

    published February 6, 2013

    Autograph seekers: Ready your pens. New stars have been born. Or soldered, maybe. Meet Takeo and Mimoko, each a Robovie R3. With a couple of... More >>

  • Baal Buster

    published February 6, 2013

    Ethan Hawke allures even in filthy leather pants and a ridiculous dye job. This is no mean feat. He stars in Clive as the titular... More >>

  • Ramblin' Man

    published February 6, 2013

    When was the last time a tortilla chip led you to a discourse on ontology? As Robert (Noah Robbins), an antic teenager, loiters at a bus stop... More >>

  • AMERICAN TRAGEDY

    published January 30, 2013

    It’s been 15 years since Matthew Shepard was beaten, bound to a fence, and left to die on the outskirts of Laramie, Wyoming. Just a few... More >>

  • DIVINE SPIRIT

    published January 30, 2013

    “There must be happy endings. Must, must, must!” So concludes Bertolt Brecht’s 1943 Good Person of Szechwan, and while we... More >>

  • Working on a Special Day's Chalk and Talk

    published January 23, 2013

    Whatever their Off-Broadway salaries are, actors Ana Graham and Antonio Vega earn them. Not only do they perform Working on a Special... More >>

  • Turkey Cock, Frankenstein, and Fur Hats: Welcome to Avant-Garde Festival January

    published January 16, 2013

    Remember when January used to be cold? And theatrically moribund? A chill time to hunker down near the radiator and scoff leftover fruitcake?... More >>

  • DARK SECRETS

    published January 16, 2013

    Typically, the post-holiday slowdown leaves most of us feeling glum rather than angry. Not so writer and Broadway vet (Spamalot, Cabaret, Titanic)... More >>

  • STAGE TRACKER

    published January 9, 2013

    It’s all Chinese to us. And Australian, Belarusian, Hungarian, Japanese, Iranian, and yes, a little American, too. This year’s Under... More >>

  • LOST AND FOUND

    published January 9, 2013

    When last we saw playwright Erin Courtney, she was taking home an Obie for A Map of Virtue, a horror story at once compassionate and pitiless, for... More >>

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    Education Supplement: Education Listings

    published January 2, 2013

    Theater and Performing Arts With festivals, podcasts, slams, and the dauntless popularity of late nights at the local bar, storytelling... More >>

  • Half Straddle Wants to Bring You Some Really Weird Girl Magic

    published January 2, 2013

    The difference between a play rehearsal and a slumber party has never seemed slighter than on a recent afternoon at Triskelion Arts in... More >>

  • STRINGS ATTACHED

    published January 2, 2013

    Descriptions of Dmitry Krymov Lab’s Opus No. 7, which begins performances January 9 at St. Ann’s Warehouse in association with Moscow... More >>

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