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Scourge of Human Folly

The word “wolves” has three syllables in Charles Ludlam’s The Mystery of Irma Vep—it’s pronounced something like “wool-vuh-zz”—and, like everything in this spoof of Gothic narratives, it is unflappably silly and rather funny despite itself.   374 more words

Reviews

Review: The Mystery of Irma Vep

This is easily Ridiculous Theatre legend Charles Ludlam’s most-produced play, and the fantastic production at the Lucille Lortel Theatre richly demonstrates why. The Mystery of Irma Vep is an affectionate parody of horror stories and thrillers from Shakespeare to Alfred Hitchcock. 299 more words

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review: the etiquette of death

The Etiquette of Death

by Chris Tanner and others
Directed by Everett Quinton and Julie Atlas Muz
Choreographed by Julie Atlas Muz
Featuring Chris Tanner, Everett Quinton, Greta Jane Pedersen, Brandon Olson…
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Theatre (reviews)

DANSE MACABRE— DEAD ON ARRIVAL: Theatre Review of ‘The Etiquette of Death’

La MaMa’s 50th anniversary season concludes this year with The Etiquette of Death, a production conceived and produced by Chris Tanner. This musical revue does not serve so much as a capstone to La MaMa’s vital place in experimental theatre for the past fifty years, but as a wrench; it throws everything into question. 690 more words

Theatre

The Shoemaker's Holiday - PROGRAM NOTES

About the PLAYWRIGHT
As far as we know, Thomas Dekker lived his entire life (1572-1632) in London, and many of his plays, including The Shoemaker’s Holiday, are set in the city. 753 more words

Next in the Revelation Readings Series: The Shoemaker's Holiday

On Monday, November 28, Red Bull Theater presents a reading of Thomas Dekker’s charming City comedy, The Shoemaker’s Holiday. Fans will recall that Dekker was one of the co-authors of… 200 more words

Coppola, Stone, and The Doors

I just watched the opening segment of  Apocalypse Now, in which Martin Sheen comes undone in a scene in which, from all accounts, he was as fullyout of it  as his character.  274 more words