Monday , August 15 2022

Arts

Theater Review (NYC): Masks Can’t Mask Love in ‘André & Dorine’

andre and dorine

In André & Dorine masked actors tell a story of dementia in a brilliantly original way: without dialogue. There’s something painfully appropriate about using a wordless and facial expression-free medium to depict the decline of a mind. Presented by Kulunka Teatro, a company from the Basque country of Spain, the …

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TV Interview: Frank Ferrante on ‘Frank Ferrante’s Groucho’ and Playing Groucho Marx for 37 Years

"I'm really proud that people from every kind of background tend to enjoy the show. I think the humor cuts across all demographics, which makes me happy because Groucho was the little guy taking down the establishment."

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Theatre Interview: Helen Eastman, Director, ‘Alby the Penguin Saves the World’ at Reading Rep

"It's really important to me to use the arts to say that maybe we can change things and what a better future might look like. We can do it with joy and camaraderie, rather than thinking of it as going without."

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