Theater Review: Julius Caesar Maintains Tradition with Visual Flair

Andrew Borba, Artistic Director of The Chautauqua Theater Company, guides PlayMakers’ production of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar with a keen focus on adhering to the intentions of the original text.

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Theater Review: Intellectually Stimulating ‘Everybody’ Cross-Examines What Really Matters in the End

Most of us are too busy to confront our own mortality unless forced to by circumstances, but EVERYBODY presents a compelling argument that maybe we should be thinking about it. Read what else Kim Jackson has to say about the PlayMakers’ production of EVERYBODY.

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Theater Review: PlayMakers’ Production of ‘The Amish Project’ Explores the Transformative Power of Forgiveness

The play is a fictionalized drama inspired by the 2006 Nickel Mines schoolhouse shooting of 10 Amish girls (five died) with the emphasis on the aftermath and the experience of trauma by various members of the Lancaster County community. Read Kim Jackson’s review of the PlayMakers Repertory Company production.

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Theater Review: The PlayMakers’ Production of ‘Ragtime’ Brims With Provocative Choices

There are only a few musicals I would classify as a masterpiece: Rent, Caroline or Change, and perhaps even Les Miserables. After processing the PlayMakers’ production of Ragtime, and there…

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