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“Jacuzzi” by the Debate Society

Ah, hot tubs–the ultimate symbol of lavish relaxation. Submerged in that intense heat, you can let your troubles simply slip away.

“Generations” by Debbie Tucker Green

With affective writing and captivating direction, “Generations” has proved that successful theatre can be done in a short 30 minutes.

“That Poor Dream” by The Assemby

If you’ve ever ridden the Metro North rail to privileged Connecticut, you have seen an unusual cross section of New York classes.

“Written in Sand” written and performed by Karen Finley

Karen Finley first achieved fame as a performance artist back in the 1980s. She was one of four performers who sued the National Endowment for the Arts in 1990 for withdrawing grants based on the grounds that her work was deemed indecent.

“The Country House” by David Margulies

“All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” This opening sentence of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina sets the tone of “The Country House,” the new play by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Margulies...

“The Uncanny Valley” Created and directed by Francesca Talenti

What if you could live forever? Not in your own body, but through a robot avatar. Would you jump at the chance?

“Gertrude—The Cry”

Review By Sydney Arndt British playwright Howard Barker re-interprets the motivations of one of Shakespeare’s most controversial characters, Gertrude from “Hamlet.” It has been debated over the

“Between Riverside And Crazy” by Stephen Adly Guirgis

Everyone is worried about Walter “Pops” Washington. Binge drinking, flaking on his medications and dodging his landlord, it seems he’s determined to go down in flames.

“Strictly Dishonorable” by Preston Sturges

If there is any doubt that the 20s was a decade of exceptional class, elegance and delicious delinquency, just go see the Attic Theater Company’s latest production.

Gertrude—The Cry by Howard Barker

Review By Sydney Arndt British playwright Howard Barker re-interprets the motivations of one of Shakespeare’s most controversial characters, Gertrude from “Hamlet.” It has been debated over the

 
 
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