Wake – Living With/In Disaster

Wake – Living With/In Disaster

Not all thesis’ are alike and rarely any are site-specific. For Rachel Ceciro a literature and anthropology thesis student, site and environment are more than important to her work this thesis year. Specifically, she has reimagined the body of water...
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“Rebelde” makes BBT history with all women of color cast

“Rebelde” makes BBT history with all women of color cast

    Thesis student Kailah Santos made New College history on Thursday night with the opening of her thesis play “Rebelde: Confessions from Your Dead Abuela,” the first Black Box Theater (BBT) production to feature an all women of color...
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Boys, butts and baseball: Take Me Out review

Boys, butts and baseball: Take Me Out review

  Boys, baseball and butts–yes, bare: three elements that may, at first, deter some typical play-goers. These components, however, provide the basis for an important story that addresses issues of homophobia, class struggles, racism and masculinity. Fro...
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Mary Poppins wows audience in Venice

  She is famous for being practically perfect in every way, and the Venice Theatre production of her story is not far off. Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s “Mary Poppins,” on stage from Feb. 17 to March 15, is a well-rehearsed...
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‘Book of Mormon’: Making me believe in musical theater

‘Book of Mormon’: Making me believe in musical theater

February 18, 2015 / Volume XXXVII / Issue I Who would have thought that South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker would come up with such a good musical? If you can tolerate a few offensive jokes and a...
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David goes to the movies: On Broadway: ‘A Raisin in the Sun,’ ‘ The Realistic Joneses’

T e thick of Broadway season is upon New York City, aplomb with revivals of classic productions, enticing new pieces from up-and-coming playwrights and A-list stars including Denzel Washington and Toni Collette. I was able to sample both a revival...
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