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Till Death Do Us Part Darrah Cloud began writing The Sirens two years ago, long before the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson made domestic

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On the Brink One of our dearest, oldest and most unusual arts institutions is teetering on the brink of demise: On the eve of

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Way Down South It appears several of your native daughters and sons have been lured to Los Angeles: Ellen Sebastian is currently in rehearsal

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Curtain Calls

Laundry and Bourbon & Lone Star Plays about Texas are a genre unto themselves, obsessed with excessive heat and endless complaints about same, the

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The Challenge A Traveling Jewish Theater is the lucky winner of a $150,000 challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Arts — money

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Slight of hand

June Bride” only hints at Sara Felder's juggling genius; “History of Homosexuality” plays like a series of frat-house skits
Writer-performer Sara Felder's work centers on her ex

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Curtain Calls

Dog Explosion & Home Free Iambe's Bones Theatre Company presents a subversive program of “family” one-acts. In Sean Clark's Dog Explosion, boots are made

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