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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. This Target Margin production, which opened in January at the Bushwick Starr, finds the Continue Reading

★★★★
King Kirby

King Kirby

Jack “King of the Comics” Kirby is the most famous artist you’ve never heard of. Husband-and-wife playwriting team Fred Van Lente (award-winning, New York Times best selling comics writer of Cowboys & Aliens and Action Philosophers) and Crystal Skillman (NYIT Award-winning playwright of Geek, Continue Reading

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.” Continue Reading

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