I suspect that among the reasons COPENHAGEN has been so successful is that it invites us to believe that we are smarter than we actually are
What better theatrical vehicle for cynicism than “meta”: how many ways can the playwright fool an audience?
GROUNDED is a tale for our times: war is most hellish when it resembles office life, reality is most profound rendered in pixels.
Post-modern technology collides with human ethics in InterAct Theatre Company’s revolving world-premiere production of playwright-in-residence Thomas Gibbons’ UNCANNY VALLEY.
It’s 1959. Two veterans of the Great War sit in silence. HENRI: I love the month of August GUSTAVE: I knew it couldn’t last, the world was at peace, and…
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