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“Abundance” at the Beckett Thereat on Theatre Row (Closed Saturday March 28, 2015)

March 9, 2015 | Off-Broadway > | Tags: ,

Referencing the word “Abundance” in the dictionary, several meanings appear, including ‘an extremely plentiful or over sufficient quantity or supply,’ ‘overflowing fullness,’ and affluence or wealth,’ which all diligently support the aptly titled Beth Henley epic play. The current revival of this important work by TACT, now occupying the Beckett Theater, closely examines the plight of two brave, unrelated, young…

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“Villainous Company” at Theatre Row’s Clurman Theatre (Closed January 31, 2015)

January 16, 2015 | Off-Broadway > | Tags: ,

There is a special kind of merriment in a mystery play, and no, I’m not talking about Medieval liturgical drama. A mystery play lives and dies by the intensifying of suspense, the genius of its plot, and the brilliance of its characters always being ever-so-enjoyably one step ahead (or behind) the rest of us. The theatrical equivalent of Sudoku, it’s…

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“17 Orchard Point” at the Beckett Theatre at Theatre Row (Closed Saturday May 24, 2014)

May 4, 2014 | Off-Broadway > | Tags: ,

“Right now, it’s time for us to do something. If not now, then when. Will we see an end. To all this pain. It’s not enough to do nothing. It’s time for us to do something.” – “Do Something” by Matthew West What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Just ask the irrepressible Lydia Rauscher (Michele Pawk) come to visit…

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“Brendan at the Chelsea” at the Acorn Theatre (Closed October 6, 2013)

When the synopsis of a dramatic performance offers more information than the performance itself, the creative team needs to perhaps evaluate ways to more effectively translate script to stage or examine the script itself to see if it needs the intervention of a dramaturge. Such is the case with Janet Behan’s recent offering about the life and times of her…

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