The New York Times

August 14, 2017

Abrons Arts Center Season Includes a Parody of an Albee Classic

“Everyone’s Fine With Virginia Woolf,” a parody of Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” will have its premiere next spring in a staging by the innovative troupe Elevator Repair Service (“Gatz”). The production is part of the coming season at Abrons Arts Center, a downtown home...

The New York Times

June 8, 2017

Review: ‘Raw Bacon’ Finds Fearful Poetry in an Iraq War Vet’s Mind

Let fly with the virtual confetti, please. “Raw Bacon From Poland,” the poignant new drama that opened on Wednesday night at the Abrons Arts Center, turns out to be an unexpected celebration of a marriage of true minds. I mean the kind...

The New York Times

April 27, 2017

10 Galleries to Visit Now on the Lower East Side

This gallery at the Henry Street Settlement has a long record of nurturing socially conscious art, and sustains it with “Archival Alchemy,” a group show assembled...

The New York Times

March 20, 2017

Review: ‘The Terrifying’ Has Paranoia and the Feeling Something’s Wrong

The unseen but very audible creature that runs rampant in “The Terrifying” — Julia Jarcho’s lively exhumation of the id within the stories we tell to scare ourselves — is said to have many fearsome qualities. There’s its...

Time Out New York

February 16, 2017

Theater review: Deadpan auteur Richard Maxwell remounts his Good Samaritans

"For some of us, Samaritans will prove (and indeed has proved) a gateway drug. Maxwell’s avant-gardism conceals a bittersweet, beautiful romance; the show’s deliberate awkwardness emphasizes..."

The New York Times

February 15, 2017

Review: In ‘Good Samaritans,’ They Sing and Dance, but This Isn’t ‘La La Land’

The concrete-hard “Good Samaritans,” a production of Mr. Maxwell’s New York City Players, might be described as a concentrated, sugar-free version of the fluffy “La La Land.” In both works...

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