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Culture, Stage In <i>Krapp's Last Tape</i>, an old writer listens to his younger self

In Krapp's Last Tape, an old writer listens to his younger self

Alongside the deadly crime of uttering the word "Macbeth" within earshot of any actor, director, or stage manager involved in staging the legendarily cursed Scottish Play, external noise might be the contemporary theater scene's last taboo. Performers have been known…
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An Impersonation of Angels, or The Enigma of Desire

An Impersonation of Angels started four years ago as Salvador Dali Talks to the Animals -- Dan Carbone's teeming life of Dali, performed in the manner of a surreal painting. Audience members who have already seen the new version may…
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Half Full, Half Empty

Of all Shakespeare's comedies, the rarely produced Measure for Measure is the most elusive. It seems to dangle before directors and critics like a glittering bauble, begging interpretation while resisting conclusive analysis. It promises all sorts of glory while remaining…
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