Author: Jean Schiffman

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Shakespeare's "Measure for Measure," traditionally considered a comedy, is a hard play to laugh at. There's pious Isabella, who's about to enter a convent... [Read More]
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Early on in the first of four chronological "chapters" of playwright-performer Taylor Mac's "A 24-Decade History of Popular Music," a naked woman (one of M... [Read More]
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Everything that can happen does happen and is happening. If you can wrap your mind around that idea, then you're ahead of the game in... [Read More]
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"Zenith" begins shockingly, as a woman in a car suddenly takes her hands off the steering wheel and throws them into the air. The drama... [Read More]
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In Homer's ancient epic "The Odyssey," Ulysses sails slowly back to Greece at the end of the Trojan War. Along the way he's both waylaid... [Read More]
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