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  • 5 years ago

    At nine years old, Great Small Works' International Toy Theater Festival is becoming an institution, even while its monuments are both miniature and ephemeral. Ensconced in the cavernous St. Ann's Warehouse, spread throughout four playing spaces, ...

  • 6 years ago

    What could be less promising than a trek out to the Bushwick Starr on a rainy night to see an experimental theaterwork called Rocky Philly—which, true to its name, juxtaposes the narrative of Rocky against audio interviews of contemporary Ph...

  • 6 years ago

    Like the firmness of the Earth, Ensemble Studio Theatre's 31-year-old annual one-act Marathon endures, season after season. 2009's Series A delivers another engaging grab bag of actor-driven works by new and established playwrights. Kia Corthron's...

  • 6 years ago

    I think too highly of the iconoclastic Axis Company to ever accuse them of producing a bomb, but though their current production Trinity 5:29 concerns the Manhattan Project, it doesn't precisely set the world on fire. "Trinity" was the code name f...

  • 6 years ago

    The title of Alyson Pou's new performance piece A Slight Headache is a bit of humorous understatement. The outré plot concerns a mother-daughter team of sideshow freaks joined at the hair; the psychic daughter, Athena-like, was born out of ...

  • 7 years ago

    There's often a fine line between eclecticism and chaos, and the company Witness Relocation appears all too happy to cross it. Their current production, The Blue Bird, is an interpretation of a play that's an adaptation of an anime series that's a...

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