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Made In China, Made In China Review, Wakka Wakka, Nordland Visual Theatre, MiNensemblet, Peter Russo, Andy Manjuck, Dorothy James, Charles Pang, Stephen J. Mark, Ariel Estrada, Lei-Lei Bavoil, 59e59,

Everything Is 'Made in China' in this Epic Puppet Adventure

Wakka Wakka's inventive musical explores the troubling origins of everyday consumer items.

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  • Holden, Anisa George, George & Co., New Ohio Theatre, Jaime Maseda, Matteo Scammell, Scott R. Sheppard, Bill George, George Truman, The Catcher In The Rye

    'Holden' and the Search for Authenticity

    Anisa George's play imagines the psyche of author J. D. Salinger in exile.

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  • The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui, The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui Review, Bertolt Brecht, Stephen Sharkey, Kevin Confoy, Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, The Wild Project, Craig Smith, Sergio Fuenzalida, Zach Lusk, Antonio Edwards Suarez, Ellen Mandel

    Get Lost in History at 'The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui'

    Phoenix Theatre Ensemble revives a fascist satire that still proves relevant today.

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  • Dead Shot Mary, Dead Shot Mary Review, Robert K. Benson, Stephen Kaliski, Rachel McPhee, Shetler Studios, R & R Productions

    Looking Back at 'Dead Shot Mary'

    This one-woman show explores the legacy of one of the first female NYPD detectives.

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    Room 4, Room 4 Review, Marina & Nicco, People's Improv Theater, Anthony Franqui, Eric Lockley, Tristan Griffin, Tom Powers, Alejandro Kolleeny, Ryan F Johnson, Temesgen Tocruray, Richard

    Get Caught in 'Room 4'

    What happens when four black actors get stuck in a time loop auditioning for the same bit part?

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  • #Blessed, #Blessed Review, FringeNYC, Zoe Kamil, Miranda Cornell, Semicolon Theatre Company, Anna Dale Robinson, Natasha Krause, Rebecca Lampiasi, Thaddeus Kolwicz, Marcus Shacknow, Ian Fields Stewart

    Christianity and Modern Adolescence Collide in '#Blessed'

    This riveting under-21 production makes waves at FringeNYC.

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  • Murder At The Food Coop, Murder At The Food Coop Review, Neo-Shtick Theater, FringeNYC, Gersh Kuntzman, Marc Dinkin, Eric Oleson, Alex Covington, Doug Chitel, Brittany Shaffer, Brian A. Mason, Alex King

    Inside Man Tells All at 'Murder at the Food Coop'

    What better show for FringeNYC this year than one that makes fun of Brooklyn hipsters?

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  • The Illusory Adventures Of A Dreamer, The Illusory Adventures Of A Dreamer Review, FringeNYC, Michael Bradley, Chris Goodrich, Corinne Britti, Taylor Turner, Scott Lilly, Molly Kelleher, Austin Jennings Boykin, Rhapsody Collective

    'Peer Gynt' Gets a New Look in 'The Illusory Adventures of a Dreamer'

    An unexpected adaptation of Ibsen's classic opens at FringeNYC.

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  • The Last Word, The Last Word Review, NYMF, New York Musical Theatre Festival, Brett Sullivan, Michael Bello, Nathan Lucrezio, Travis Kent, Philip Jackson Smith, MJ Rodriguez, Felicia Finley, Michael Graceffa, Kit Treece, Jessica Jain, Herman Sebek

    'The Last Word' and Singing Scrabble

    This 70s road trip musical delights audiences at NYMF.

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