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Desdemona—Peter Sellars’ retelling of Othello

Monday, November 14th, 2011
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“My name is Desdemona. The word, Desdemona, means misery. It means ill-fated. It means doomed.” And so begins the intimate exchange between specters and spectators

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The Play’s the Thing—When to See It, the Other Thing

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009
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By Charlene Giannetti Broadway or Off-Broadway plays, whether dramas or musicals, are unlike TV shows or films. Each stage performance is a little different, depending

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