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Theater Review (NYC Off-Broadway): ‘Downtown Race Riot’ with Chloë Sevigny

Chloë Sevigny and David Levi in Seth Zvi Rosenfeld’s “Downtown Race Riot,” directed by Scott Elliott. This Off-Broadway production by The New Group plays a limited engagement at The Pershing Square Signature Center, Nov 14 – Dec 23. For more, visit www.thenewgroup.org. Photo credit: Monique Carboni

Fashions may have changed and drugs become even more deadly since the 1970s milieu of 'Downtown Race Riot.' But with all its humor, the play bears a troubling message: Friendship and family, potent forces though they are, can't solve the conundrum of tribalism.

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Concert-Theater Review (NYC): ‘8980: Book of Travelers’ Composed and Performed by Gabriel Kahane

gabriel kahane 8980 book of travelers bam next wave festival

The singer-songwriter's deep trove of compositional talent and exquisite voice make his art songs ring with the excitement of the new even as they recall the glory days of lieder.

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Holiday Live Theater Offerings in San Antonio

There’s plenty of Christmas cheer to be found in the Alamo City this holiday season, with productions ranging from family classics to musical tributes. Here’s a rundown of shows that are brightening local theaters during the month of December. The Classic Theatre 1924 Fredericksburg Road (210) 589-8450 David Sedaris’ autobiographical …

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘The House on Poe Street’ by Fengar Gael

The House on Poe Street, Fengar Gael, Katie McHigh, Olivia Nice, Eliza Shea, Yonder Window Theatre Company

Full of whimsical humor and partly a modern love story, 'The House on Poe Street' teases the audience by suggesting mysterious undertones. Is the titular house the structure where Edgar Allen Poe wrote 'The Raven'? And do spirits haunt the Gothic setting?

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