Saint Joan @ The Samuel J. Friedman Theater

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Saint Joan By Bernard Shaw Manhattan Theatre Club at The Samuel J. Friedman Theatre April 24, 2018 The line between persistence and insanity is thin. Like a raincoat, the worst of the water stays out, but there’s nothing to prevent you sweating inside. Rain falls incessantly on your shell, but insanity makes it feel like […]

Puffs @ New World Stages

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Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic By Matt Cox Directed by Kristin McCarthy Parker April 15, 2018 Holy mother of Ronald Weasley, Puffs is amazing! That is, if you’re a Harry Potter fan. If you’re not a fan, 90% of the play will whoosh past your miserable […]

SEAGULLMACHINE @ La Mama

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SEAGULLMACHINE Created by The Assembly Conceived by Nick Benacerraf Co-directed by Jess Chayes & Nick Benacerraf Text by Anton Chekhov, Heiner Müller, and The Assembly April 15, 2018 You walk through a mostly empty theater towards a garage door. It’s closed, and a scarved woman ushers you through a side door into a brightly lit […]

A Note on Uncomfortable Laughter @ Caveat

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Death Becomes Her Caveat 21 A Clinton St New York, NY 10002 April 9, 2018 If you think you’re any kind of nerd and haven’t been to Caveat yet, I’m not sure you deserve the title. Caveat is the kind of place you go with friends who really know you. Caveat is where you have conversations. Caveat is where you […]

Leisure, Labor, Lust @ The Tank

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Leisure, Labor, Lust Presented by The Tank Written & Directed by Sara Farrington April 8, 2018 Lighting is never given enough credit. Whether it’s in your living room or in Times Square, the best lighting is, by definition, barely noticeable. Its purpose is to bring ambiance and character, not to be the character itself. Lighting […]