Eliza Renner

Off-Broadway Review: “The Possibilities” and “The After-Dinner Joke” at Atlantic Stage 2

PTP/NYC’s thirty-second season includes two plays by the company’s “usual suspects.” The double bill, currently running at Atlantic Stage 2, includes four of the ten short plays in Howard Barker’s 1987 “The Possibilities” and Caryl Churchill’s 1977 “The After-Dinner Joke.” Both offerings invite the audience to grapple with provocative content that often seems elusive and controversial and that raises numerous…

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Off-Broadway Review: “Arcadia” at PTP/NYC at Atlantic Stage 2

“I’m the kind of person who embarks on an endless leapfrog down the great moral issues. I put a position, rebut it, refute the rebuttal, and rebut the refutation. Forever. Endlessly.” – Tom Stoppard in an Interview with Mel Gussow about “The Real Inspector Hound,” “New York Times,” April 26, 1972 Apparently, Tom Stoppard practices what he preaches. The type…

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