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Tag Archives: Public Theater
Originally published on Paste Magazine View this story online Before Joan of Arc: Into the Fire begins at the Public Theater, the words, “She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted” are projected onto the curtain. While … Continue reading
“I certainly do exist. Help me,” a character pleads in Old-Fashioned Prostitutes: (A Love Story), the new play by Richard Foreman currently in performances at the Public Theater. I’m sorry to say I could not help this person, because, despite … Continue reading
Texas is on the minds of many Americans as of late. A petition for the state to secede from the union was submitted last week, requesting the White House “Peacefully grant the State of Texas to withdraw from the United … Continue reading