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Culture, Stage

Hilda

In 1987, French-Senegalese writer Marie Ndiaye published a 100-page novel comprising a single sentence. Ndiaye's first work for the stage, Hilda, receiving its American premiere at ACT (translated by Erika Rundle), is essentially a play for a single actor masquerading…
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Calendar, Performance Pent Up

Pent Up

FRI-SAT 1/28-29 What if Cain hadn't been able to kill Abel? Or what if Adam hadn't taken Eve's tip on chomping into the forbidden fruit? In a theatrical event that's more ceremony than play, Jean-Claude van Itallie's The Serpent asks…
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