Fright Night

Review by Bob Greene Original Poster Artwork by Songe Riddle As the 19th century gave way to the 20th, the Grand Guignol of Paris, using tech tricks and old-fashioned fright, allowed us to be scared by live theater. An audience could sit in a dark crowded space and be taken on a journey into the […]

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The Short Play is at the CORE

Review by Sander Gusinow This past summer, the Core Artist Ensemble mounted over forty workshop productions of short plays from around the country. A commendable undertaking, to be sure. Now, CAE has returned to the Barrow Group Theatre armed with seven shorts selected for full production. And what a rowdy bunch of shorts they are. […]

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A Long List of Short Plays

October Installment PROGRAM A reviewed by Sander Gusinow The experiments continue! John Chatterton’s Midtown International Theatre Festival Short Play Lab brings another host of vivid shorts crackling to life. This suite of shorts left me with a happy predicament, some plays were so good they deserve entire reviews of their own. Alas, alack, I have […]

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