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  • Sharp edges in Hypocrites' 'Three Sisters'

    Sharp edges in Hypocrites' 'Three Sisters'
    The Prozorov sisters pine for Moscow as their world turns Paris Green. Throughout Geoff Button's cunning and muscular production of "Three Sisters" with The Hypocrites, verdant shades reminiscent of the old-school insecticide — which was also used as a paint pigment — encroach upon their home as they lose ground to age, regrets and loss. And the chief exterminator/redecorator is named Natasha.
  • Venice Film Review: 'Villa Touma'

    The idea of a film without a country makes an excellent statement about the Israeli-Palestinian disaster -- it's a pity the concept is considerably more powerful than the movie at hand. Given Suha Arraf's record as scripter on "The Syrian Bride" and...

    London Theater Review: Gillian Anderson, Ben Foster in 'A Streetcar Named Desire'

    Two trajectories determine Benedict Andrews' in-the-round production of "A Streetcar Named Desire": the tragic arc of Gillian Anderson's remarkably vivid Blanche, and that of the near-permanently revolving set. The latter creates a striking metaphor for...

    Theater openings for Sept. 22-29: 'Henry VIII,' Radar L.A. and more

    Theater openings for Sept. 22-29: 'Henry VIII,' Radar L.A. and more
    A Spanish-language version of Shakespeare's "Henry VIII" is on the boards at the Broad Stage, poets Rumi and Samuel Taylor Coleridge have their praises sung in separate shows, and the Radar L.A. Festival is all over the map. Smokey Joe's Cafe Musical...

    Radar L.A. festival spotlights local artists with international troupes

    During their 17-year creative partnership, Tina Kronis and Richard Alger of L.A.-based Theatre Movement Bazaar have drawn a receptive global audience to their audacious, rip-it-up, ensemble-based remixes of classic Chekhov. "Anton's Uncles," their...