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REVIEW: In Salt Pepper Ketchup, A Not So Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Say this, at least, for Salt Pepper Ketchup, on stage now at InterAct Theatre—it surely has immediacy on its side. Josh Wilder’s earnest but uneven […]

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REVIEW: In InterAct’s Broken Stones, A Political Tale Goes Down the Rabbit Hole

Sinister political thriller? Caper comedy? Morality play? Surreal fantasia? Try as I did to focus on the odd and occasionally intriguing narrative arc of Broken […]

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THEATER REVIEW: In Marcus/Emma, History Seen Through a Lens, Hiply

It was the moment when legendary anarchist Emma Goldman yells, “I just figured out how to turn my labia into a hand puppet!” that I realized […]

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Arts List: 6 Reasons to Go to the Theater

The Plough and the Stars @ Annenberg Center’s Zellerbach Theatre | October 13-16 Abbey Theatre’s revival of The Plough and the Stars, set during Ireland’s […]

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THEATER REVIEW: Straight White Men Are Not What You Think

“Oh, great,” I thought, as soon as I read the title. Just what we need — another play about America’s most maligned underclass. (As if […]

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Theater Review: The Nether at InterAct is a Visceral, Sometimes Creepy Experience

“I want to go home,” announces Sims, in a tone that implies he’s used to getting his way. And why wouldn’t he want to leave? […]

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REVIEW: #therevolution

Location, location, location. This realtor’s mantra is not just for house-hunters — it’s at least as significant for theater companies, for whom space is often a […]

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SNEAK PEEK: Our Behind-the-Scenes Tour of the New Drake

“God knows there are a lot of theaters in this town. Our purpose is for this to be a hub.” That’s what InterAct Theatre Company‘s […]