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Interview: Flux Theatre Ensemble’s August Schulenburg on Open Source Theatre

August Schulenburg Flux Theatre Ensemble

Recently Flux began publishing its budget with its Open Book program. Then the company again broke ground by debuting a pay-what-you-can policy it calls Living Ticket. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC Off-Off-Broadway): ‘Salvage’ by August Schulenburg

Sol Crespo and Mike Mihm in Flux Theatre Ensemble's 'Salvage.' Photo by Deborah Alexander

Skillful writing, perfect casting, topical timeliness, and fine creative teamwork make 'Salvage' one the very best efforts in Flux Theatre Ensemble’s nine-year history of fine productions. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Flux Theatre’s ‘Once Upon a Bride There Was a Forest’ by Kristen Palmer

Arthur Aulisi and Rachael Hip-Flores in 'Once Upon a Bride There Was a Forest.' Photo credit Isaiah Tanenbaum

A modern-day adult fairy tale that's perfect for a dark and stormy night. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Jane the Plain’ by August Schulenburg

Alisha Spielmann and Chinaza Uche

Schulenberg marshals all his gifts for comedy, poetry, scintillating wordplay and magical realism in his latest Flux Theatre bouquet – until it all runs away from him. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Honey Fist by August Schulenburg


This implausible by satisfying story concerns a group of buddies who resent their old friend making movies based on their lives. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Ajax in Iraq’

Raushanah Simmons as Athena, Stephen Conrad Moore as Ajax, and Christina Shipp as AJ. Photo by Isaiah Tanenbaum

Instead of dramatizing the compelling themes raised by the parallels between ancient and modern wars, this play lectures us about them. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Dog Act’ By Liz Duffy Adams

This post-apocalyptic tale of vaudevillians and scavengers reminds us, on more than one level, why we love theater. Read More »