Monthly Archives: March 2012

21st Century Capitalism on stage at the Public Theater

Mike Daisey’s “The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs” and Ethan Lipton’s “No Place to Go”, both recently staged by The Public Theater in New York City are two theatrical examinations of different aspects of the current economic crisis. Whereas … Continue reading

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“Once” on Broadway

“Once” is a new musical that has just opened on Broadway–I saw the second preview several weeks ago. The show is a theatrical version of the 2006 film of the same name that follows a Dublin songwriter who serendipitously encounters … Continue reading

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Death of a Salesman

The reviews are in for the recent Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s 1949 play and they are respectful and mostly positive. Perhaps deceived by the uneven high school reading of the play during my 11th grade American History/English seminar (I … Continue reading

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