4 days ago | Theater
No matter how deeply we may think we've absorbed the lessons of Edward Snowden, it's still possible to be shocked by the extent to which our digital devices catalog our lives. Want to order a pizza or locate a friend? Planning on attending a prote...
11 days ago | Theater
Europe, 1993: a place where old structures were shaking loose and tectonic shift was under way. The Berlin Wall had fallen; the European Union was being born. And in a snowy northern corner of the continent, a group of diplomats was attempting to ...
19 days ago | Theater
Soot, saliva, apricot pits, and broken pens: These are just a few of the unlikely materials used by the outsider artist James Castle to create drawings, handmade books, and assemblages. Deaf from birth, and living in rural Idaho, he nevertheless b...
25 days ago | Theater
Small armies of figurines fill the carpeted living room where the dramatist Samuel D. Hunter sets his new play, The Healing: miniature busts clustering on tabletops, rows of dolls standing guard by the lamp and television, legions of tchotchkes lo...
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1 month ago | Theater
Though it's billed as a "Living History Tour," you won't encounter reenactments of bygone battles or descriptions of antiquated customs during director Brooke O'Harra's mobile performance piece, I'm Bleeding All Over the Place. Or rather, you will...