Laris Macario: Exploring Henry

Quisqueya Productions presents a limited showing of a re-imagined version of Shakespeare’s HENRY V. Shakespeare’s definitive parable of war and warriors will directed by Broadway veteran, Mary Lou Rosato, at the legendary American Theatre of Actors – one of the last great theaters of the famed off-off Broadway movement – for a special limited run, February […]

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In Support: Richard Keyser

Mary is divorced, estranged from her family and suffering with cancer. Her son Mike visits her during spring break. She asks him for concrete actions of moral support. Mike’s father and aunt caution him not to get involved. Old wounds re-open, and the bonds of family and love are rigorously tested. William Considine, pens this […]

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Truth or Bare

THE BARE TRUTH Review by Bryce Glasper A retired Floridian couple, dealing with their privacy being breached by their invading children, who are unjustly consumed with worry over their aged parents being “left alone,” devise a plan with their of-equal-age friends to discourage future invasions – by announcing their plans to become nudists. The generation […]

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War and Remembrance

Till We Meet Again (Reviewed by Maria Juaneza; edited by Natasha Dawsen) The two hours Till We Meet Again play written by Glory Kadigan delivered a message far beyond war history, specifically the WWII, the Cold War, and the Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima. The message was shown in each perspective of every character. A mother […]

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Talented “Tree”

REVIEW by Francesca Mevs Treehouse of Dreams by Max Berry Six months after best friends Winston and Scout sleep together on prom night, they are forced to return to their small Ohio town to mourn the death of their third best friend (and Scout’s boyfriend), Mark. Still unable to come clean about their relationship, Scout […]

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