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Posts tagged ‘Geffen Playhouse’

20
Jun

Bad Jews is Good Fun

By Patrick Hurley
Family and religion, a combination that sees no end in dramatic conflict, is hilariously observed in Joshua Harmon’s bitingly funny Bad Jews, playing now through July 19 at the Geffen Playhouse. Read more »

14
Mar

An Engaging if Somewhat Neutral Switzerland

By Patrick Hurley

 

The relationship between artist and subject, creator and creation is often an exploration of the morality of the artist. Read more »

22
Nov

Soft Light and Sweet Music Makes Berlin Sing

 

The sweet, catchy tunes of Irving Berlin are used as a catalyst through which to tell the life story of the man. Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin playing now at the Geffen Playhouse is, much like the man’s music itself, a sentimental and sweet experience. Read more »

29
Sep

Choir Boy Hits All the Right Notes

By Patrick Hurley

 

Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney is on the cusp of greatness. A young, tremendously gifted wordsmith, McCraney’s work thus far is vibrant, funny, searing, and above all painfully human. And with only a few plays to his credits, it is exciting to imagine where this talented man is going to take us next. For now, we have Choir Boy, playing at the Geffen Playhouse. Read more »

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