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2006 Stories by Nathaniel Eaton

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  • Farmyard

    published March 22, 2006

    Life on the farm isn't what you'd expect in the hands of controversial German playwright Franz Xaver Kroetz. Farmyard explores the bizarre,... More >>

  • Nero (Another Golden Rome)

    published March 15, 2006

    Early in the second act, when it's clear everything in Rome is going to hell, actor Andrew Hurteau (as Nero's charismatic narrator,... More >>

  • Loveplay

    published March 8, 2006

    Have you ever been in your apartment and wondered about all the debauched couplings that must have transpired there before you moved in? Perhaps... More >>

  • Miss-Matches.com: Sex, Lies and Instant Messaging!

    published March 1, 2006

    "I'm barfing out the story -- unabridged!" That's how actor/writer Leslie Beam explains it in her one-woman show More >>

  • Family Alchemy: Malamud & Paley Stories on Stage

    published February 15, 2006

    In order for theater to deliver on its rarely achieved promise of a transcendent live experience that no television show or movie can rival, all... More >>

  • The Maids

    published February 8, 2006

    What starts seemingly as children's dress-up soon turns to S/M, erotically charged incest, murder, and an indictment of class and servitude. In... More >>

  • Burn This

    published February 1, 2006

    At the center of this play about lifestyle divides is the coked-out restaurateur Pale -- a dangerous and coarse fireball of machismo who invades... More >>

  • "The Mystery Plays"

    published January 18, 2006

    Fantastic Four comic book writer and Yale playwright Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa steals from The Twilight Zone, H.P. Lovecraft, and Hitchcock in... More >>

  • Walkin' Talkin' Bill Hawkins

    published January 11, 2006

    W. Allen Taylor teeters on the edge between therapy and art in his intriguing one-man show about his search for the father he never knew -- who... More >>

  • Bent

    published January 4, 2006

    After visiting the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Gerry E. Studds -- the first openly gay member of Congress -- declared, "Of the many... More >>

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