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Calendar, Night&Day Mother Tongue

Mother Tongue

In Precious Little, which premieres tonight at Shotgun Players, veteran actress Nancy Carlin plays three characters, two of them called “The Baby” and “The Ape.” Madeleine George’s play is deeply concerned with, as she has said, “the limits but also…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist <em>Good Goods</em> at Crowded Fire Not Great Great, But Shows Promise

Good Goods at Crowded Fire Not Great Great, But Shows Promise

Christina Anderson's Good Goods, now in its West Coast premiere directed by Marissa Wolf for Crowded Fire, exudes a sense of timelessness, in many senses of the word. Her play takes place in the rural South and is steeped in…
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Culture, Stage "The Lily's Revenge": Five Hour-Long Play Is Five Hours Too Long

"The Lily's Revenge": Five Hour-Long Play Is Five Hours Too Long

This play is long, we're told from the get-go. That's no joke. Clocking in at more than four hours, with five acts and three intermissions, The Lily's Revenge is less an evening of entertainment than a cheeky test of endurance.…
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Calendar, Night&Day Thom Pain (based on nothing)

Thom Pain (based on nothing)

This play, as its subtitle suggests, is a one-man Beckettlike riff about "nothing," written by the incomparable Will Eno. The script was a finalist for the 2005 Pulitzer Prize, and this production, directed by Marissa Wolf, is solidly one of…
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Culture, Stagecap

Thom Pain (based on nothing)

This play, as its subtitle suggests, is a one-man Beckettlike riff about "nothing," written by the incomparable Will Eno. The script was a finalist for the 2005 Pulitzer Prize, and this production, directed by Marissa Wolf, is solidly one of…
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Culture, Stagecap

Gone

When all the theatrical elements come together, Crowded Fire's production of Charles L. Mee's jagged riff on the state of human nature is truly something to behold. Jarrod Fischer's lighting, Rod Hipskind's set, Cliff Caruthers' sound, and Marissa Wolf's directing…
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