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Posts tagged ‘John Patrick Shanley’

4
Sep

A Savagely Engaging Limbo

By Patrick Hurley

If Sartre’s idea of hell is other people, playwright John Patrick Shanley dives into the idea that limbo is a desperate need for other people. Savage in Limbo, presented by the newly formed Sixty-Six Theater Co. and playing now at the Marilyn Monroe Theatre in West Hollywood, is part naturalism, part surrealism, and part melodrama. And tackles the idea that it’s a helluva lot easier to change if you don’t have to do it alone. Read more »

21
Nov

Outside Mullingar is a Predictable but Sweet Love Story

By Patrick Hurley

The course of true love definitely does not run smooth in John Patrick Shanley’s new play Outside Mullingar, playing now at the Geffen Playhouse.  Yet with all the bumps along the way, it never really surprises either.  Read more »

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