8 days ago | Theater
Playwright and director Julia Jarcho's The Terrifying — directed by the author and playing at Abrons Arts Center through April 2 — marks the debut production of her company, Minor Theater. The company brings together actors and designers who have ...
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14 days ago | Theater
Villa Grimaldi, on the outskirts of Santiago, Chile, is a quiet spot. There's a rose garden, and a majestic view of the snow-capped Andes. But during the Pinochet regime, Grimaldi was the site of a notorious detention center, where Chilean secret ...
21 days ago | Theater
With rights of every kind under assault in America, one can imagine welcoming a consoling glimpse at the age of feisty suffragettes. Bull in a China Shop, a new play by Bryna Turner and directed by Lee Sunday Evans at LCT3, could have provided tha...
27 days ago | Theater
America has always pitted the powerless against one another, forcing the economically disadvantaged to compete for scarce resources while those on top remain there. James Anthony Tyler's smart new play, Dolphins and Sharks, produced by Labyrinth T...
1 month ago | Theater
Medieval artists really knew how to tackle death: with dancing skeletons, calls to judgment, and burnings at the stake. An excellent example is the morality play Everyman, in which a character representing, well, all of us, is summoned by God to a...