'Heisenberg' or 'How to Woo Mary-Louise Parker'

A chance encounter, a rush of emotions and suddenly age is no longer a barrier to love.

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An Encounter of the Amazonian Kind

THE ENCOUNTER tells the true story of National Geographic photographer Loren McIntyre lost in a remote area of Brazil in 1969, which leads to a startling encounter that is to change his life. Prepared to get virtually lost in the Amazon rainforest.

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All Aboard for the Underground Railroad Game

"A classroom game for fifth graders; it's waltz of sex and violence; it's a challenge extended to the audience to rethink their inheritance of this nation's past."

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Maestro of modern music

A highly recommended one-man play on the brilliant composer Leonard Berstein.

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Get Caught in a mind-bending play

BOTTOM LINE: Caught is a Chinese-box labyrinth play questioning our perceptions of truth and authenticity.

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Fringe NYC Festival recommendation: Little Stories

BOTTOM LINE: A beautifully dark presentation of six Brothers Grimm tales you’ve probably never heard of.

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Fringe NYC Festival recommendation: Mr. Yunioshi

Mickey Rooney's yellow-face performance in Breakfast at Tiffany's is infamous for its lack of cultural sensitivity. But was there ever a way he could have pulled it off? An Asian actor tries to find out in this one man show. 

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Fringe NYC Festival recommendation: Mother Emanuel

BOTTOM LINE: Mother Emanuel is a moving and powerful piece of documentary theatre, honoring the victims of the shooting at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church through gospel music.

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Fringe NYC Festival recommendation: Walken On Sunshine

A fast-paced comedic play about an anxiety ridden filmmaker, Gavin, who in the heat of the moment accidentally lies to investors about having Christopher Walken in his film!

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Fringe NYC Festival recommendation: Jump it

Fringe NYC fave: Jump it - Stu runs a towing company. It's not much, but it's something. Then Wendy, an old high school crush, reappears. Her idiot husband drained the car battery, and she needs a jump. Watch out. Sparks fly.

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Hilarity with humility - new play Butler takes a fresh look at a sensitive subject of the Civil War

BOTTOM LINE: A historical comedy in which three slaves during the civil war demand sanctuary at Major General Butler's Union fort.

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Bittersweet family memories abound in Strange Country

BOTTOM LINE: An emotionally riveting drama about family, love, dependence, sobriety, mental illness, and manipulation.

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Fly, You Fools! Tolkein & Jackson Fellowship of the Rings lovers rejoice in comedy.

BOTTOM LINE: Three actors and a foley artist reenact The Fellowship of the Ring in this hilarious, hour-long homage.

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On the Verge or, the Geography of Yearning: a revival play that is a romp through American politics and popular culture

BOTTOM LINE: Highbrow fun for those who like a little mental exercise with their comedy. Three Victorian sojourner sisters safari through space and time!

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Watch Radiant Vermin shine

A dark comedy examining the lengths we're willing to go to make our dreams a reality.

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Universal Robots

BOTTOM LINE: This skillfully portrayed tale is a compelling twist on classic sci-fi tropes and timeless questions about the nature of existence.

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The Purple Lights of Joppa Illinois

When two teenage girls arrive at Ellis Shook 's doorstep one autumn afternoon, their visit will force him to confront a tragic past while also offering him a glimpse at hope. BOTTOM LINE: Incredibly detailed writing and acting make this new play a must-see.

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Ross & Rachel

Imagine if Ross & Rachel from hit TV show ‪#‎Friends‬ had got married? A bittersweet play explores the what if's.

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Signature Plays

BOTTOM LINE: Signature Theatre celebrates its 25th Anniversary season with an invigorating series of remounted absurdist plays.

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Indecent

BOTTOM LINE:  Transportive and deeply moving, this new play with evocative music and direction is a testimony to great theatre. 

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