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'Othello' Review: Chukwudi Iwuji, Corey Stoll & No Gimmicks In Central Park

For this summer’s first Free Shakespeare in the Park presentation (opening tonight), director Ruben Santiago-Hudson delivers an Othello that does its best to put the focus on the killer and his doomed Desdemona, but that weasel of all weasels Iago just won’t be ignored. 373 more words

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Othello, Runaways & Twelfth Night at Shakespeare in the Park

The beloved NYC summer tradition is back.  Shakespeare in the Park has begun its summer season at the Delacorte.  The first production is the Ruben Santiago-Hudson directed “Othello.” 66 more words

Paradise Blue Blows Us and Itself Away On a Beautifully Held Note

The Review: Signature Theatre’s Paradise Blue

By Ross

It’s 1949, and the blues float through the Detroit air inside the Signature Theatre on a strong trumpet note.   923 more words

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Two River Theater expands its footprint, public outreach

Next fall the Two River Theater Company will celebrate its 25th season and this week it announced a plan to build a three-story Center for New Work, Education and Design. 1,569 more words

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Two River adjusts season so Santiago-Hudson can helm NYC 'Othello'

Two River Theater in Red Bank, NJ, is swapping out  “Ooo-Bla-Dee,”  written by Regina Taylor and the last play of the season  (June 9-July 1), for “Songbird,” written by… 624 more words

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