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"An Octoroon" is a brave, chaotic, wonderfully-acted play, but it lacks intellectual cogency
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Woolly Mammoth offers another round of boisterous fun and unpredictability
Winners and Losers is like being trapped in the boring room at the party
King Hedley II is a ruthlessly honest examination of the profound costs of prejudice
Playwright David Adjmi gives us a voyeur's view of Marie Antoinette
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Robert O'Hara, the 41-year-old playwright whose latest work, Bootycandy, is having its world premiere run at Washington's Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, is very familiar with...
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For every Lion King, there is a Little Mermaid. For every Beauty and the Beast, there is a Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. There is perhaps...
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