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Makbet, Makbet Review, Macbeth, Shakespeare, Matt Midler, Yvonne Brecht, Megan Bones, Dzieci Theater Company

'Makbet,' or Shakespeare in a Shipping Container

This Gypsy Macbeth in Bushwick takes the Bard where he's never been before.

The Gray Man, The Gray Man Review, Pipeline Theatre Company, Walker Space, Andrew Farmer, Andrew Neisler, Tahlia Ellie, Daniel Johnsen, Shane Zeigler, Katharine Lorraine, Claire Rothrock,

'The Gray Man's Spooky Bedtime Story

Pipeline Theatre Company's intimate new play about children who don't listen to their mamas

Isolde, Isolde Review, Richard Maxwell, New York City Players, Theatre For A New Audience, Jim Fletcher, Brian Mendes, Tory Vazquez, Gary Wilmes, Tristan And Isolde

'Isolde' Finds a Home at Theatre for a New Audience

New York City Players create a complex, discomfiting modern version of the medieval romance.

Desire, Desire Review, 59E59, Tennessee Williams, Elizabeth Egloff, Marcus Gardley, Rebecca Gilman, David Grimm, John Guare, Beth Henley, Michael Wilson, Liv Rooth, Derek Smith, Mickey Theis, Megan Bartle, John Skelley, Juliet Brett, Yaegel T. Welch

'Desire' and the Modern Tennessee Williams

Six playwrights adapt Williams' short stories into a wild array of performances at 59E59.

Kamikaze Cutesauce Cosplay Club, Kamikaze Cutesauce Cosplay Club Review, FringeNYC, Fringe Festival, New York International Fringe Festival, Quasimondo, The Celebration Of Whimsy, Brian Rott, Jenni Reinke, Thom Cauley, Kathryn Cesarz, Posy Knight

'Kamikaze Cutesauce Cosplay Club': The Name Says It All

Quasimondo brings a physical theater deconstruction of Japanese culture to the Fringe.

Beware The Chupacabra, Beware The Chupacabra Review, R. Patrick Alberty, Christian De Gre, FringeNYC, New York International Fringe Festival, Fringe Festival Reviews, Mind The Art Entertainment, Vinnie Urdea, Charly Dannis, Robert Moreira, Everett O'Neill

The '20s Go to Mexico in 'Beware the Chupacabra!'

What if the legendary Chupacabra were real, and what if a young inventor let her speak?

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