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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Temple of the Souls’ at the New York Musical Festival

Tuneful songs and strong performances enliven this tragic love story set in the time of the conquistadors. The show flutters nervously along two parallel tracks, one reflecting the real butchery and horror of the conquest, the other of semi-cartoonish family fare.

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Of Human Bondage’ by William Somerset Maugham, Adapted by Soulpepper Theatre Company

William Somerset Maugham’s masterpiece reveals the withering devastation wreaked by obsessive, twisted love’s sadism and masochism. Though the work has been transferred to the medium of film three times, it has never before made it to the stage.

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Playwright Paula Vogel (‘Indecent’ on Broadway) in Conversation with Linda Winer

There has been such enthusiasm for the production since Yale (2015) that the ensemble, the musicians, the stage manager, and the assistants have remained together. As Vogel says, “We’ve all moved together as one.”

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