Reread Another

Reread Another

Gertrude Stein has rarely been anyone’s idea of light entertainment. But as directed by David Herskovits, this short by her from 1921, seldom seen outside of academia, has an exhilarating air of discovery... 

Emily Climbs (Machine Méchant)'

Emily Climbs (Machine Méchant)'

(closes on Thursday) Experimental theater as math problem: In the latest piece from Nellie Tinder, three actors play the same character while telling two tenuously linked stories. With its ill-assorted plots and restless style, “Emily Climbs” hasn’t figured out what kind of play it wants to be, but there’s pleasure in watching its creators try to solve the equation (1:20). 

Bambi______/Kaffeehaus

Bambi______/Kaffeehaus

Woodland fauna, Austrian whores and more collide in Little Lord’s latest cultural smorgasbord. Also, there are Pop-Tarts and Slim Jims for sale (1:20). 

Daredevil

Daredevil

(previews start on Aug. 6; opens next Friday) Gary Winter, a former member of the playwrights collective 13P, turns up at the Brick for this “surreal fun-house” show. The script concerns storms, Shakespeare, a mountain, a peanut vendor and a “mysterious resistance group... 

King Kirby

King Kirby

As the audience takes their seats, they see a man hunched over an easel, drawing pictures on a large sheet of paper with feverish intensity. The man wears a white button down shirt, red suspenders and slacks...