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  • 16 years ago | Theater

    Following their praiseworthy Fool for Love, the Hunger Artists return to similar territory with Danny and the Deep Blue Sea, yet another pas de deux of hopelessly damaged characters groping through the squalid darkness of low-lit bedrooms and unco...

  • 17 years ago | Theater

    Lots of door slamming in this den of iniquity

  • 17 years ago | Theater

    Ever wonder what happens to the really, really bad ideas that television executives reject? It's conceivable they end up in the theater. Consider Roma's House, a so-called musical comedy currently stinking up the boards at Stages. Six characters o...

  • 17 years ago | Theater

    If you're looking for a genuinely twisted alternative to the routine haunted house or overhyped theme park this Halloween, check out Madame Guignol's Cabaret of Death. This is the fifth consecutive year the Hunger Artists have unveiled their sick,...

  • 17 years ago | Theater

    I wasn't at the meeting, so I don't know who decided to pair these strikingly dissimilar one-acts on the same bill. Note to oversight committee: some comedies don't really mix. We start with David Mamet's Sexual Perversity in Chicago, a jump-cut-s...

  • 18 years ago | Theater

    The six plays that make up six at eight prove that bite-sized theater doesn't have to bite; all six one-acts are tasty appetizers that appeal to a broad palate—from comedy and wartime drama to social satire. Three of the six plays were chose...


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