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Navigating a “Super Awesome World” is Fun…and Sad

November 12, 2018

By Dana Zhang   “Super Awesome World” alternates between moments of...

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Family Reconciliation in “Little Portugal”

November 11, 2018

By Kia Standard   “We all have visions and dreams of where we’ll be...

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“My Dead Wife”: A Tremendous Story of Grief

November 11, 2018

By Dana Zhang   Mike Folie tells his story in pauses and starts, as though...

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“Swansong,” the Story of a Troubled Irishman

November 11, 2018

By Austin Kaiser   “Swansong” is about a man named Occi, whom we...

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In “Webbing,” Reality is a Dream

November 11, 2018

By Austin Kaiser “Webbing” is a meditative 35‑minute show in...

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“Breaking News” Worth Discussing

November 11, 2018

by Chance Morgan   There are few more intimate ways to glimpse into...

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“About Heroes” Powerfully Redefines Heroism

November 11, 2018

By Christopher Popple   Juha Sorola’s “About Heroes” is told from...

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“O” is a Marvel of Feminism and Genius

November 11, 2018

By Austin Kaiser   Eliza Martin’s “O” begins with a young woman...

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“Good Standing,” An Emotional Testimony

November 11, 2018

By Christopher Popple   “Good Standing” begins with Austin Archer...

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“Webbing” Gets a Bit Tangled

November 10, 2018

By James Bartholomew   “Even in non-existence, existence exists. Even in...

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