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The Whipping Man

It’s not a pretty story but it is a compelling one. Matthew Lopez’s play The Whipping Man, currently in performances at City Center’s Stage One ambitiously delves into history, religion and racism, told through a reunion of three men just … Continue reading


“Frailty, thy name is woman” Not in this Hamlet. Irony exists on several levels in Shakespeare’s tragedy, currently in performances in the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park. There’s the situational irony of the audience knowing what the characters don’t know, … Continue reading