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Monday, June 5, 2017

Review: Máscaras Afuera at FuerzaFest by Victoria Santos

The reception area of the Julia De Burgos Latino Cultural Center is already brimming with activity when I arrive. The walls are decked with an installation highlighting the work of LGBTQ Lat…

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Interview: Tony-Nominated Scenic Designer David Gallo on ‘Jitney’ and What’s on August Wilson’s iPod by Victoria Santos

You know youʼre cool when someone congratulates you on your Tony nomination and you do the verbal equivalent of a shrug. Critically acclaimed scenic designer David Gallo, the visionary behi…

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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Review: Mourning Becomes Electra by Victoria Santos

In a city full of ninety-minute plays with no intermission, this writer welcomes the return of the six-hour production. If youʼre the type to enjoy spending your Saturday night in the theat…

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Monday, May 1, 2017

Review: Wink by Victoria Santos

For creatures boasting complexity with regards to reasoning, emotional intelligence, and empathy, we sure live by an oversimplified set of binaries and social constructs. While the notion of…

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Thursday, April 6, 2017

Review: American Mill No. 2 by Victoria Santos

The threats plaguing the working class in 2017 are, unfortunately, as American as apple pie. For a nation founded on policies of liberty and justice, greed and exploitation run so rampant th…

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Review: Rules by Victoria Santos

On his website, pastiche playwright Charles Mee says describes his characters as “people through whom the culture speaks, often without the speakers knowing it.” The New Stage Theatre Co…

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Thursday, December 1, 2016

Interview: Playwright Dan LeFranc brings Suburban California to NYC in “Rancho Viejo” by Victoria Santos

Playwright Dan LeFranc’s Rancho Viejo explores life’s big questions through the residents of a small town in Southern California. With direction by David Aukin, the production at Playwri…

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Monday, November 9, 2015

Interview: Betsy Morgan Gets Political in ‘First Daughter Suite’ by Victoria Santos

When Betsy Morgan bursts onstage as a frantic Tricia Nixon at the height of an emotional breakdown, uncertain if her wedding is a cover-up for the Watergate scandal, we’re startled. We’v…

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