Jenny Lower

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  • 5 days ago | Theater

    It’s difficult and rare to come across stories that can illuminate the Holocaust in unfamiliar ways. Bent is such a play, and at the Mark Taper Forum it's getting its first major revival since its 1979 Broadway debut. Though decades have passed si...

  • 17 days ago | Theater

    Last October, Siobhan O’Loughlin was in a bad way. While living in Brooklyn, where she still resides, the writer, actress and theater artist suffered her fourth bicycling accident in as many years. This time, it was a head-on collision with anothe...

  • 1 month ago | Theater

    Among the many contentious ideas explored during Bad Jews, Joshua Harmon’s delicious pressure cooker of a show now playing at the Geffen, is how a religious or cultural identity can become the sole bedrock upon which some people base their identit...

  • 2 months ago | Theater

    Oedipus Rex may be one of the best known plays of the western canon, but it gets an alien staging, quite literally, in Ron Sossi’s inventive though uneven production at the Odyssey Theatre. Based on Ellen McLaughlin’s modernist, poetic adaptation ...

  • 3 months ago | Theater

    It is a truth universally acknowledged that a story in possession of a built-in fanbase must be in want of a musical adaptation. But even to Jane Austen fans, the notion of reworking Pride and Prejudice with a score may seem ill-advised, if inevit...

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