By: Tammuz Frankel

Bridging Blackwhite
July 24, 2015

As the audience finishes seating themselves, a barely audible hum begins. At once, eighteen actors run onto the stage, whispering the…

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Two Gentlemen of Verona
June 26, 2015

Crumpled love letters adorn the backdrop of the relatively bare set of the newly constructed Polonsky Shakespeare Center, conjuring up images…

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Untitled: Judith Scott’s Bound and Unbound
March 3, 2015

What does it mean for something to be art? During an era when artists hang blank canvasses or stand naked in…

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I Have Seen the Devil with My Microscope
August 7, 2013

We attempt to organize the world around us through binary distinctions: good and evil, pain and pleasure, animal and human. However,…

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Sleep No More
July 3, 2013

With a metallic click, the lights on the stage of the Ethel Barrymore Theatre flash on full blast, revealing the hostile…

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