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Finding Magic in “The Pink Unicorn”

May 25, 2019

By Kia Standard   According to Wikipedia, the unicorn is a wild...

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“Entangled” on Mass Shootings and Making Sense of the Universe

May 25, 2019

By Allyce Morrissey   “Entangled” is a play of two...

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“Sexodus”: An Ecstatic Departure

May 7, 2019

By Cynthia Darling With a name like “Sexodus,” it’s got to be...

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Environmental Solutions with a Beat in “Rap Guide to Climate Chaos”

April 17, 2019

By Cynthia Darling   To attend Baba Brinkman’s...

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A Young Biracial Man Faces a Black-and-White World in “The Day I Became Black”

April 17, 2019

By Kia Standard   Within the first few moments of...

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“Made in Puerto Rico” Feels Like Home

April 17, 2019

By Kia Standard   It has been over a decade since I last visited...

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The Accidental Hero: A Woman’s Courageous Journey in “Accidentally Brave”

April 9, 2019

By Kia Standard   There are very few performances that shake you...

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“Say Something Bunny” is a Deep Dive Into Family History

April 7, 2019

By Alex Miller   S.M. Kobayashi, a young woman who...

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“Whore”: A Daughter Speaks Back to Her Misogynist Father

April 6, 2019

By Cynthia Darling   “Don’t be bad, be good!”...

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Tulis McCall is “At Your Service”

March 22, 2019

By Kia Standard   Seated on a bar stool on a bare...

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