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Posts tagged ‘Giovanna Sardelli’

9
May

History a Laughing Matter in Archduke

By Patrick Hurley

A darkly funny twist on history, Rajiv Joseph’s new play Archduke, making it’s world premiere at the Mark Taper Forum, is a slightly uneven but entirely entertaining endeavor into historical fiction. Read more »

16
Oct

Extreme Guards Makes for Great Theater

By Patrick Hurley
Average men having to do unimaginable things strikes a violent and elegiac chord in The Geffen Playhouse production of Guards at the Taj, playing now through November 15. The play, written by Rajiv Joseph is a two-handed exploration of truth, beauty, and friendship at its most heightened extreme. Read more »

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Patrick Hurley

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