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  • A Witch Tells Her Deep, Dark Secrets
    3 months ago by Deborah Klugman

    “Things aren’t always what they seem” is the main theme of John Biguenet’s play about a strange old woman with magical powers. It’s a piece you want to praise, given how much and how cruelly old women with (or without) magical power...

  • The Brothers Size and Drop Dead!, Reviewed
    8 months ago by Steven Leigh Morris

    Tarell Alvin McCraney's tender, poetical drama The Brothers Size (Fountain Theatre) and Billy Van Zandt & Jane Milmore's meta-theatrical farce Drop Dead! (presented by Theatre 68, at North Hollywood's NoHo Arts Center) share one...

  • The Brothers Size
    8 months ago by Steven Leigh Morris

    The Brothers Size homes in on a pair of brothers: Ogun (Gilbert Glenn Brown) owns an auto shop and is caring for his younger, parolee brother, Oshoosi (Matthew Hancock). Through the intervention of Oshoosi's jailhouse friend Elegba ...

  • My Name Is Asher Lev Shows the Fight Between Tradition and Artistic Freedom
    9 months ago by Steven Leigh Morris

    When you've got a reclusive Hassidic kid in 1950s New York City who speaks, often annoyingly, through his sketches and paintings, you've got a provocative clash of cultural assimilation and artistic expression. Aaron Posner's stage ...

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