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Theater Review (Off Broadway): ‘The Velvet Oratorio’ by Edward Einhorn & Henry Akona

(L to R): Anna Marie Sell and Andrea Gallo in The Velvet Oratorio. Photo by the production team.

'The Velvet Oratorio' is a celebration of The Velvet Revolution that took place in Czechoslovakia brought to the world stage by Vaclav Havel, the Civic Forum, students and the Czech people. It is enjoyable and humorous reminder of Havel's playful wit incorporating the complex and haunting music of a time of revolution, hope and lasting change. There is nothing more revelatory for us at this time to inspire us. Read More »

Freedom Through Art: ‘The Pig or Vaclav Havel’s Hunt for a Pig’ in NYC

The Pig or Vaclav Havel's Hunt for a Pig. Photo by Carol Di Tosti

This rollicking jubilee embraces cross-cultural and social revolution and reminds us of the importance that our inner spirit brings to sustaining our social and cultural freedom. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘The God Projekt’

god-projekt

Inventive puppetry propels this story of an aging God who conceives a new project: to re-create mankind. Read More »

Interview: Edward Einhorn, Artistic Director of UTC61, on Directing Greek Drama

Mob rule, Euripides, and the Arab Spring in a new production of Iphigenia in Aulis at La Mama. Read More »