Author: Kathleen Campion

And Away We Go

  Terrence McNally’s And Away We Go, is his love letter to the theater that’s shaped him.  Like a lover of long standing, he warms to her foibles and rants, lays bare her intimate secrets, celebrates her exuberant lust to be...

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One Night…

A barrage of issues explodes on stage at the Cherry Lane Theatre in Greenwich Village with Charles Fuller’s One Night…. Start with the plight of returning veterans in need of help but facing stony and inept bureaucracy....

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An Infinite Ache

A wise friend tells me that a satisfying life is a series of small moments.  David Schulner’s An Infinite Ache is all of that—satisfying, and a series of small moments. At eight o’clock Saturday night, as the audience...

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The Weiner Monologues

Climbing four flights of stairs to get to the Access Theatre [sic!] sets the expectation bar rather high for The Weiner Monologues presented by The Factory on a short run in Tribeca.  That said, the rich material of Anthony...

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