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PREVIEW: PlayLabs at the Playwrights’ Center

Playwright Martyna Majok workshopping her play queens [sic] at the Playwrights’ Center as part of the 2016-17 Ruth Easton New Play Series. Photo by Paula Keller. If you like new plays, it's hard to beat the free PlayLabs performances at the Playwrights' Center next week. These will be new in every sense – the

PREVIEW: Dracula Strikes Back (COLLIDE)

Renee Guittar (left) is frozen as Dracula (Michael Hanna) falls in COLLIDE Theatrical Dance Company's production of Dracula. Photo by Heidi Bohnenkamp. It's mid-October and the Halloween decorations are creeping out all over. While some people are pacifically carving pumpkins, others are frantically scouring Amazon.com for fear of repeating last year's costume. COLLIDE

REVIEW: Henry and Alice: The Wokeless (Park Square Theatre)

A promotional image for Henry & Alice: Into the Wild at Park Square Theatre. A funny thing happened to me after attending the American premiere of Henry & Alice: Into the Wild, which runs through October 22 at Park Square Theatre’s Andy Boss Thrust Stage. I enjoyed the show and came out afterward

REVIEW: Sweet Second String (Yellow Tree Theatre)

Jessica Lind Peterson and Jason Peterson in Yellow Tree Theatre's String. Photo by Justin Cox. Yellow Tree Theatre is a professional theatre that is in my backyard. Well, not quite my backyard, but it is relatively so, being the only theatre that I can drive to without taking the freeway.

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