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When Good Jews Go Bad
2 months ago by Jenny Lower
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 bas...
An Adorable Musical About Homicide
3 months ago by Katie Buenneke
Murder mysteries aren't typically described as "cute." But that adjective can easily be applied to Murder for Two, now playing at the Geffen Playhouse. Musical theater has a tendency to treat whodunits as laughing matters (see: The ...
No, The Power of Duff Is Not About Homer Simpson (But You Should See It Anyway)
4 months ago by Mayank Keshaviah
Though the title of Stephen Belber’s play might sound like Homer Simpson praising his favorite beer, it actually refers to Charlie Duff (Josh Stamberg), an upstate New York news anchor who begins praying on air and incites quite a p...
Choir Boy Looks at Homosexuality in a Black Prep School (GO!)
11 months ago by Steven Leigh Morris
At first, Tarell Alvin McCraney’s study of five, black prep-school students (Jeremy Pope, Nicholas L. Ashe, Donovan Mitchell, Grantham Coleman and Caleb Eberhardt), along with their stern headmaster (Michael A.Shepperd) and a visiti...