Theatre Review

Dry Powder
What motivates the captains of capitalism? The ones which steer the ship of investment into the economy, under the pretense of growing the economy by virtue of the creation of wealth? Who are these archetypes, in their most essential form? Dry Powder convenes on the central actors in this craft and their day-to-day lives. It
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Milk Like Sugar @ ArtsWest
http://www.artswest.org/ Milk Like Sugar is a tour de force critique of the modern welfare state. It was vital for the reality of the creation of a permanent underworld of American society to be made tactile to an audience so far removed from the consideration of being impregnated for cash money from the sugar daddy Uncle
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Three Americans
https://www.bridge.productions/sue-danielson.html https://krabjabstudio.com/shop/patrick-mcgrath-muniz/ http://www.westoflenin.com/index.php http://www.artswest.org/ Out of the outrage of a president which one despises being elected, all across the country there is an artistic pang which has been swelling up to be released on the stage. This is quite a feat then, of three writers producing in just a few months meticulously crafted one-acts which
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Cannibals Alone @ Theatre Unleashed 2-20-17
  Is it better to suffer injustice or to commit it? The vigilante answers that, even if there is a risk of being an accomplice, it is better to enforce some notion of justice upon society, however corrupt it may be. There is something redeemable and salvageable which makes it worthwhile to erect a notion
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Grimly Handsome @ City Garage
  In a quick, spindle-wheel rotation of under 90 minutes in length, Grimly Handsome meanders its way through the epicenter of supposed contemporary Manhattan life, which is scintillated by aberrant human behaviors which generally are considered unethical. The double-edged sword of housing a pressure cooker of human originality, however authentic that reality is at least
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Hand to God Review @ Curious Theatre Company
There continues to be a fine line between being provocative for its very namesake, and being so which acts in an entirely subservient manner to the centrality of the plot. While Hand to God is better off than most in being so overtly flagrant in, if not stirring then, traumatizing the senses, it suffers from
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