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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): Jack London’s ‘The Iron Heel’ Adapted and Directed by Edward Einhorn

Where do you stand: with the oligarchy or with the common man? This well-acted, cleverly executed production is a mind-bending tour de force of ideas, with darkly twisting humor and swaths of realism thrown in to perplex.

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Theater Review (Off Broadway): ‘The Velvet Oratorio’ by Edward Einhorn & Henry Akona

'The Velvet Oratorio' is a celebration of The Velvet Revolution that took place in Czechoslovakia brought to the world stage by Vaclav Havel, the Civic Forum, students and the Czech people. It is enjoyable and humorous reminder of Havel's playful wit incorporating the complex and haunting music of a time of revolution, hope and lasting change. There is nothing more revelatory for us at this time to inspire us.

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