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2002 Stories by Tom Sellar

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  • Your Cheatin' Heart

    published December 24, 2002

    Sirens bawl outside and an eerily familiar white dust coats windows and clothing. But despite these not-so-incidental touches, The Mercy... More >>

  • Onward Christian Special Forces

    published October 1, 2002

    Though the title suggests a meditation on history's worst atrocities, Adam Rapp's Trueblinka is essentially a dysfunctional-American-family... More >>

  • Shakespeare's Family Business

    published July 16, 2002

    Since Elizabethan times, Western theater has witnessed four centuries of family dramas—a few great, many dreadful. But still no playwright... More >>

  • Sex and the Old World City

    published May 14, 2002

    The white horses galloping through some of Martha Clarke's previous works don't turn up in Vienna: Lusthaus (revisited), but the human... More >>

  • Louisville, the New Urine Town

    published April 16, 2002

    LOUISVILLE—Gotham might call itself the theater capital, but our national festival of new plays takes place in Kentucky. Named for the... More >>

  • Powell to the People

    published February 5, 2002

    At the 78th Street Theater Lab, an old photograph of the New York skyline hangs over the dime-sized stage, showing glittery skyscrapers and... More >>

  • The Corpses of Romance

    published January 29, 2002

    Cymbeline is Shakespeare's Gordian knot, and any director who can untangle it deserves to be made king. For starters, the action gets... More >>

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