6 days ago | Theater
Sophocles was thought to be near 90 when he wrote Oedipus at Colonus, which tells of the iconic figure’s quest for redemption and a final resting place as his tortured life drew to a close. The Gospel at Colonus was first performed at the Brooklyn...
19 days ago | Theater
Katharina Von Bora was a Cistercian nun who fled the convent and ended up married to Martin Luther. She bore him 6 children and adeptly managed their estate while he took on the business of revolutionizing Christian theology and with it, the whole...
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27 days ago | Theater
The brainchild of writer/producer Rochelle Perry, Curious Conversations riffs on the characters and themes of Lewis Carroll. The eight one acts, by eight different playwrights, vary in quality and depth and standard of performance. Like the materi...
1 month ago | Theater
It’s hard to imagine a more tender, more lyrical or more captivating work than this three-person piece from Kulunka Teatro, a company originating from Spain's Basque Country. Performed with mime, masks and music, Andre and Dorine revolves around a...
2 months ago | Theater
Imported from New York City, The Pied Pipers of the Lower East Side takes place in the present day but harks back to the counterculture movement of the late 1960s and early 70s. Nearly three hours long, it revolves around four individuals who live...