A Noise Within
Pasadena, CA 91107
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"Marriage" Is Just Another Word for "Knife Fight" in The Dance of Death (GO!)
4 months ago by Bill Raden
A Noise Within’s revival of The Dance of Death, August Strindberg’s unsparing, 1901 depiction of marriage as a connubial knife fight, comes as a scabrously funny reminder of the debt owed the Swedish dramatist by the last century’s ...
Tartuffe and The Ugly One Explore Appearance Versus Reality
12 months ago by Steven Leigh Morris
German playwright Marius von Mayenburg's black comedy The Ugly One (translated by Maja Zade) has arrived at Ensemble Studio Theatre/L.A. (at Atwater Village Theatre) in Gates McFadden's ever-so-perky production, which works in marve...
1 year ago by Lovell Estell III
"Nothing is funnier than unhappiness; it's the most comical thing in the world," chimes Nell (Jill Hill), one of the very unhappy souls in Samuel Beckett's 1957 absurdist classic, Endgame, about four pitiful characters trapped in a ...
Pericles and The Miss Julie Dream Project: Sort-of Shakespeare, and Sort-of Strindberg
1 year ago by Steven Leigh Morris
There are dreams described within August Strindberg's 1888 play, Miss Julie — such as the moneyed title character being stranded on a pillar, and the object of her scandalous lust, a footman named Jean, stuck on the ground whi...