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  • 15 years ago | Theater

    Dealers Choice at Stages

  • 16 years ago | Theater

    Artist Descending a Staircase at ARK

  • 17 years ago | Theater

    A practice of many young theater companies—and even those that have been around for a while—is to use popular, accessible, public-domain workhorses to finance the production of risky original plays. That might make financial sense, but...

  • 17 years ago | Theater

    Photo by Ken Howard/SCRGregory Murphy's The Countess is a costumed, mannered re-creation of a not-so-well-known Victorian scandal. It's also—unexpectedly—a sharply observed case study of domestic and sexual abuse. First-time playwright...

  • 17 years ago | Theater

    Americans—God help us—delight in the modern English farce. Plays by the likes of Alan Ayckbourn, Peter Schaeffer and Michael Frayn are ubiquitous on the stages of your typical Southern California professional theater company. No wonder...

  • 17 years ago | Theater

    What a bizarre choice for a theater company with the temerity to claim (in both press release and program) that it intends to present "theater with a message." Yes, in their production of John Strand's Lovers and Executioners, the Master's Reperto...


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