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‘Beauty of the Father’ Examines Love From Almost Every Possible Angle

Actors’ Warehouse presents a play from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Nilo Cruz that shows just how complicated relationships can get.

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‘The Nether’ Goes on Dark Journey Down a Very Precarious Path

The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre presents Jennifer Haley’s disturbing but engrossing play about a virtual-reality world where every line is blurred.

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Hippodrome Takes Novel Approach; ‘Sex with Strangers’ Heats Up Stage

The play follows two writers who can’t keep their hands off each other but whose desires also include being accepted into the literary world.

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New AW Play ‘Under A Liar’s Moon’ Might Leave Audiences Howling

The dark comedy from Gainesville playwright Jane Edwards about a woman exposed to more than the elements makes its stage debut at Actors’ Warehouse.

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Hippodrome’s 2019-20 Season Will Get Off to ‘Curious’ Start in the Fall

“Breaking Boundaries” is the theme for the upcoming season, which includes eight productions that cover a wide spectrum of genres and topics.

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Unbridled Passion Reaches Epic Heights in ART’s ‘Bloody Poetry’

The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre’s latest play delves into the personal lives of romantic poets Percy Shelley and Lord Byron.

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Both Riveting and Relevant, ‘Pipeline’ Takes Over Actors’ Warehouse Stage

The downtown theater presents another powerful play that addresses issues of class and race in the American education system.

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No Subject Too Sacred in Hipp’s New Play That Rocks a Family’s Faith

Shuffle off to Buffalo for some belly laughs in “Miracle on South Division Street,” the heartwarming comedy opening this week at the Hippodrome Theatre. 

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Actors’ Warehouse Brings Notable ‘Hidden Figure’ Front and Center

“The Colored Door at the Train Depot” shines a light on the first African American to command whites in the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps during WW2.

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‘In Splendid Error’ About Two Men, Two Philosophies, One Noble Cause

The Acrosstown Repertory Theatre celebrates Black History Month with a thought-provoking play examining the relationship between abolitionists Frederick Douglass and John Brown.

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