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Andy Propst

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  • 3 years ago

    Organized chaos, wry irony, and shrewd intelligence all flow through Normandy Raven Sherwood's The Golden Veil. Produced by the National Theater of the United States of America, with its signature combo of low-tech theatrical wizardry and high-ene...

  • 3 years ago

    An erudite and goofball concept—mashing up Bertolt Brecht and Shakespeare with George A. Romero and George Lucas to decry the death of culture in a world filled with violence — disappointingly derails in The Deepest Play Ever. Directed...

  • 4 years ago

    Director David Herskovits throws a 20th birthday for Target Margin Theater by drawing on some five centuries of theatrical traditions with in his joyously overstuffed staging of The Tempest. He impressively marshals a bounty of whimsical inventive...

  • 4 years ago

    Charles L. Mee’s Under Construction, directed by Anne Bogart and performed with vigor by the SITI Company, often feels as cluttered as an eccentric grandparent’s attic. It’s little surprise that this theatrical collage is overcramme...

  • 4 years ago

    There’s a bountiful array of artistic riches to be found in the Irondale Center’s Treasure Island, including Tom Hewitt’s witty, carefully layered portrayal of wily Long John Silver. In addition, Noah E. Galvin gives a sweetly unass...

  • 5 years ago

    The Annihilation Point, a sci-fi lark that has beamed into town courtesy of Philadelphia’s Berserker Residents, is as weighty as the foam rubber that abounds in its zany costumes. The show’s also about as messy as the jumbles of wire and...