Christopher Grobe

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  • 6 years ago

    Have you ever watched a James Bond flick and wondered, "How do femmes fatales find reliable day care?" Wonder no longer. Marisa Wegrzyn's Killing Women, a satire on corporate America, ventures where Hollywood dares not tread.  The play—...

  • 6 years ago

    How could a play featuring a golden, ruby-studded nasal prosthesis ultimately be so humorless? Rudolf II, which chronicles the long slow demise of a bipolar, polyamorous Holy Roman Emperor, may have its ironies. But many of its wildest eccentricit...

  • 6 years ago

    Are you ready to rarty? Well, grab two or swiez of your friends and trek out to Bushwick. There lies New Hope City, a multimedia concert-pageant-danceathon from Pass Kontrol. In case you're scratching your head: "rarty" might mean party; "swiez" i...

  • 6 years ago

    It's a sign of the times when a play gets upstaged by its YouTube promos. The team behind The Devil You Know, a puppet adaptation of "The Devil and Daniel Webster" at Under the Radar, display a satirical energy in their online parody of gold infom...

  • 6 years ago

    Walter Gropius, modern architect and leader of the multi-arts Bauhaus School, once described Bauhaus theater as the process of "placing in physical evidence a supersensuous idea." In bauhaus the bauhaus, the Nerve Tank theater ensemble celebrates ...

  • 6 years ago

    There's one thing to be said for auteur director John Jahnke's The Archery Contest: It discovers the sex of stage design. At the play's start, prophylactic walls gird the playing area to waist-height, and matching black panels press down from abov...


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