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2002 Stories by Karen Macklin

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  • Nine Armenians

    published April 10, 2002

    Leslie Ayvazian's play about an Armenian family living in America and searching for its roots begins with a scene many of us are familiar with: A... More >>

  • Women Behind Bars

    published April 3, 2002

    The longest-running GLBT theater in the country, Theatre Rhinoceros has produced its share of diverse shows (last year's production of... More >>

  • Blithe Spirit

    published March 20, 2002

    Germany was bombing London to bits when British playwright Noël Coward wrote Blithe Spirit in 1941. The play was meant to evoke... More >>

  • Crossroads

    published March 20, 2002

    It's been a big year for ACT, what with the introduction of a new core acting troupe and the celebration of its 35th anniversary. But the... More >>

  • The Piano Lesson

    published March 6, 2002

    The question of freedom is at the heart of much of August Wilson's work, and The Piano Lesson is no exception. The story finds an... More >>

  • "Love's Fire"

    published February 27, 2002

    Because Shakespeare gets most of his attention from the theater community, we often forget that he was a poet first, having penned a mother lode... More >>

  • Rhinoceros

    published February 20, 2002

    In Ionesco's absurdist classic, giant rhinoceroses invade a small French town, disrupting the petty philosophizing of a coffee klatch at a local... More >>

  • The King and I

    published February 20, 2002

    Swedish-born turnip Ann-Margret's pouty mouth, strawberry-blond mane, and kick-ass cleavage may have put her in line with the Marilyn Monroe types... More >>

  • "In Love and Sex"

    published February 13, 2002

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  • This Is Our Youth

    published February 6, 2002

    Most people know Kenneth Lonergan for his moving, Oscar-nominated screenplay about the complexity of sibling relations, You Can Count on... More >>

  • Una Noche de Sueños Vidi Flores: A Dream of Flowers

    published January 30, 2002

    When most people think of Jewish theater, they tend to envision Woody Allen-esque humor or dramatic retellings of historical persecution -- not... More >>

  • The Lights

    published January 16, 2002

    Whatever happened to theater for the masses? For the last few years, local director Val Hendrickson has been grappling with that question,... More >>

  • Teatro ZinZanni

    published January 9, 2002

    Starting at $99, tickets to Teatro ZinZanni cost more than tickets to The Producers. Granted, you need not book six months in... More >>

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