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Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Marriage of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein’ by Edward Einhorn

Einhorn's sumptuous dishing up of Toklas' and Stein's world and their dynamic and inimical relationship leaves one thinking, and his take on these women and the "larger than life" denizens of their milieu who magnify their relationship enthralls with its uncanny beauty.

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Theater Review (Off-Broadway NYC): ‘Iphigenia in Splott’ by Gary Owen

A typhoon of a performance by Sophie Melville drives toward – and justifies – a wrenching twist. Directed with just-shy-of-frantic energy by Rachel O'Riordan, Sophie Melville's Effie is a raw slice of humanity, baring her ragged soul and bringing us her milieu, a few of the people in her life, and a critical encounter with a war veteran that bends the arc of her history toward, if not justice, a kind of heroism.

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Voices from Hollywood Fringe 2017: Exclusive Interview with ‘Zombie Clown Trump’ Creator

'We’re basically conducting our comic sermon for others who, like us, are truly frightened of what’s going on not only in our country, but across the world. We want to provide a safe and enjoyable space for people to come together right now and relieve some tension, aided by the magic of music and laughter.'

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