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All posts tagged "studio theatre"

  • Bloody Business

    Can you handle the tooth? Seriously -- as in an Asian restaurant worker's rotted black tooth that's yanked out in the kitchen and finds its...

  • Giving Birth

    It's fitting that Duncan Macmillan's Lungs is about childbirth -- as the inaugural production of the Studio Lab series, the newborn is a promising start...

  • Habit Forming

    To make great art, you simply have to be in the habit of making art, period. The trick is, art needs an audience along the...

  • Art and Artifice

    Could it be time for a Candy Darling revival? It's been 37 years since her death due to leukemia -- and the Andy Warhol-associated starlet's...

  • Editor’s Pick: David Cale’s History of Kisses

    David Cale’s one-man show The History of Kisses focuses on seaside shanties, or work songs that sailors sing to help distract them from their arduous...

  • Fur Flurry

    Ah, the tyranny of the audition room. If you've never been privy to the emotionally grueling ritual to which actors – if they're lucky enough...

  • Express Yourself

    The three characters in Gustavo Ott's Divorcees, Evangelists and Vegetarians, now at GALA Theatre, are not played by drag queens, though it's easy to imagine...

  • Special Event on Sunday at Studio: LGBT Community Discussion following Marcus

    On Sunday afternoon, Feb. 13, following the 2 p.m. matinee of Tarell Alvin McCraney‘s stunning Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet, the Studio Theatre, in...

  • Tynan at the Studio Theatre

    Philip Goodwin stars in Tynan, a one-man show, from Richard Nelson and Colin Chambers, about the great theater critic Kenneth Tynan, based on his diaries...

  • It Takes a Village

    It would be very easy to talk about playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney's rise with the same kind of mythic spin as his ''Brother/Sister'' trilogy. His...

  • Sweet Secrets

    With Marcus; Or the Secret of Sweet, playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney returns Studio Theatre audiences to San Pere, La., a housing project that sits somewhere...

  • Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet at The Studio Theatre

    Gay playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney’s “Brother/Sister Plays” — The Brothers Size, In The Red and Brown Water and Marcus; Or the Secret of Sweet —...

  • Time Warp

    When writing his 1995 play Mojo, playwright Jez Butterworth could hardly have suspected that fewer than five years later a certain dentally challenged swinging super...

  • Opposites Attract

    On the surface, it might seem Signature Theatre's world premiere comedy Walter Cronkite is Dead and Studio Theatre's production of Tracy Lett's Superior Donuts have...

  • Superior Donuts at the Studio Theatre

    Superior Donuts is a delicious new comedy from Tracy Letts, the Pulitzer- and Tony-winning playwright of August: Osage County. Donuts focuses on an offbeat friendship...