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No Wake: Drowning In The Current, and In Life.

No Wake: Drowning In The Current, and In Life. 

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The title of William Donnelly’s compelling new play, No Wake at 59E59 Theaters, courtesy of Route 66 Theatre Company and Bella Vista Entertainment, has a two fold meaning. 780 more words

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THE VIOLIN

Written by Dan McCormick

Directed by Joseph Discher

Tight, traditional and full of testosterone, THE VIOLIN serves as a welcome throwback to the three-man crime dramas that used to dominate the American stage. 587 more words

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The Violin: Failing to Sew Lives Back Together

The Violin: Failing to Sew Lives Back Together

By Ross

“Life is about choices”, so says Gio, the gentleman tailor at the center of this drama. 799 more words

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A Real Boy: This Pinocchio is in Real Need of a Makeover.

A Real Boy: This Pinocchio is in Real Need of a Makeover.

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I feel terrible that I’m going to write the things that need to be said here. 1,182 more words

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My Eyes Went Dark: From Grief and Unleashed Revenge

My Eyes Went Dark: From Grief and Unleashed Revenge

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It’s a stark black set, a runway of sorts, with audience members on both sides of the slim acting space. 588 more words

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Iphigenia In Splott: A Foul Mouthed Greek Heroine

Iphigenia In Splott: A Foul Mouthed Greek Heroine

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Looking at us straight in the eye, in the most unnerving manner, Sophie Melville dares us to look away. 629 more words

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A Gambler's Guild to Dying: A Scotsman Betting on Life.

A Gambler’s Guild to Dying: A Scotsman Betting on Life. 

By Ross

One of the things that can turn a one-man show from painful to poetic is the writer’s emotional connection to the deeper meaning of the story. 607 more words

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