Shakespeare creates a ‘now you see me, now you don’t’ world in which mistaken (and mis-taken) identity and buffoonery collide, to make a play that brims with humor, schadenfreude and, of course, romance. It’s a wild ride worth the taking.Read More
Author: Sarah Downs
The Mobile Unit at the Public Theater has given The Winter’s Tale just the right kind of ‘makeover’ in an intelligently abridged interpretation, performed in a bright, informal space with a terrific cast and excellent direction.Read More
The Underground Theater at the Abrons Arts Center, some uniquely creative and though-provoking theater is taking place. Javier Antonio González has woven a tale of mystery and darkness; of poetry, an inexplicable murder and quiet disappearance, drawing us into a surreal world where language is personal, the personal is political, and politics is everything.Read More
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