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Review | PLAINCLOTHES at Broken Nose Theatre

Review | PLAINCLOTHES at Broken Nose Theatre

Off the bat, we’re met with players that are messy, mistaken, engaged, whole-hearted, and figuring it out, just like we all are.
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Review | SPIRITS TO ENFORCE at The Passage Theatre

Review | SPIRITS TO ENFORCE at The Passage Theatre

the chaotic storytelling of SPIRITS TO ENFORCE leans into ideas of grandiose mythology in a way that allows us to become the superheroes we’ve always wanted to be.
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Review: GYPSY at Porchlight Music Theatre

Review: GYPSY at Porchlight Music Theatre

It's E. Faye Butler’s world and we should all be HONORED to live here.
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Review: NAKED at Trap Door Theatre

Review: NAKED at Trap Door Theatre

Pictured: Ambrose Cappuccio and Tiffany Bedwell. Photo by Chris Popio. By Kelsey McGrath NAKED, originally written by Luigi Pirandello in 1922, is known for its pages of dialogue and a lack of driving action. After governess Ersilia attempts suicide, her story and her past become the talk of the town. A...
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Review: DEAR BRUTUS at Eclectic Full Contact Theatre

Review: DEAR BRUTUS at Eclectic Full Contact Theatre

This production compels me to ask the questions: What do we consider professional theatre versus community theatre?
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Review: ALICE by Upended Productions

Review: ALICE by Upended Productions

With a story that’s so familiar, this interpretation takes Alice in Wonderland on in an exciting and unpredictable way.
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Review: SPRING AWAKENING at Blank Theatre Company

Review: SPRING AWAKENING at Blank Theatre Company

Pictured: Ensemble (background) and Haley Bolithon and Jeremiah Alsop (foreground). Photo by Nick McKenzie By Kelsey McGrath Before this review, I have to address the biggest truth in the room: SPRING AWAKENING is a problematic show. Originally on Broadway 2006, it contains a number of triggering concepts. Most of these glorify...
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Review: EVERYBODY at Brown Paper Box Co.

Review: EVERYBODY at Brown Paper Box Co.

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ EVERYBODY is everything we need right now. EVERYBODY is our language, integrates our nuances, satisfies our pop culture nihilism.
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