NARCISSUS & ECHO review

Simply put, Narcissus and Echo is brilliant. Hilarious, heart-breaking, and thought-provoking, the play manages to not miss a single step from start to finish. Yet despite how fun or funny it may be, it is also, in many ways, a tough play. Lanier’s writing is clear-eyed, unflinching, and honest not just about the nature of the systems that oppress, but the roles that we all play in the propagation of said systems.

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FALLEN STARS AT THE CHARITY SALE review

These characters may have been created moments before the show, or even created during the course of the show, but from start to finish they feel real and lived-in, as if they’ve been around for generations...Unfortunately, it is clear that Fallen Stars at the Charity Sale, like many ambitious projects, still has quite a few kinks to work out in terms of mechanics.

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NORMAL review

Director David Mancini has delivered a play which speaks fluently in kinetic, grotesque visual poetry. While Normal is, at its core, a series of conversations between a small cast of characters, the production is never more alive than in its most expressionistic, aesthetically-driven moments.

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BLOOD ALLEY 3 review

Blood Alley 3 is not for everyone. It is intense, brutally cruel, and consistently shuns triumph or catharsis. It is also beautiful, primal, vital, and well worth the ticket price and the hour-long runtime—even if you might need to clear your schedule for a strong drink or meditation session afterward.

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