Union Avenue Opera Puts Up a Can-do ‘Candide’

By CB AdamsContributing Writer The title Candide (music by Leonard Bernstein, book by Hugh Wheeler, after Voltaire)…

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Steamy ‘Night of the Iguana’ a Multi-Layered Masterpiece

By Lynn Venhaus Managing Editor Desperation hangs thick in the air in Tennessee Williams’ richly detailed “The…

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Uproarious “Life Sucks” Features Compelling Cast at New Jewish Theatre

By Jeff Ritter Contributing Writer Russian playwright Anton Chekhov’s work has influenced everyone from James Joyce to…

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Faith Put on Trial in David Ives’ Engrossing ‘New Jerusalem’

  By Andrea Braun Contributing Reviewer Imagine you’re a Jew in Amsterdam in the mid-17th century. You…

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