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‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’ Opens Some New Doors — and Old Wounds

The Hippodrome’s first play of 2019 examines the institution of marriage through the eyes of a woman who revisits the family she once abandoned.

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Hipp Adds Ha-Ha-Ha to Ho-Ho-Ho!

Not even Rudolph and Frosty — especially Frosty — are safe in Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!), a laugh-out-loud spoof opening this…

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Acrosstown Takes Stroll ‘Into the Woods’

Stephen Sondheim’s award-winning musical about a mashup of fairy tales and efforts to reverse a witch’s curse arrives at the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre.

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AW Production ‘Boy’ Addresses Gender Identity

The Actors’ Warehouse presents Anna Ziegler’s disturbing one-act drama about a boy who is raised as a girl because of a physical deformity only to…

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A Hipp House of Horror: ‘Let the Right One In’

The Hippodrome Theatre presents a stylized version of the coming-of-age story from Sweden involving a bullied boy and his mysterious next-door neighbor who packs a…

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Hot off Off-Broadway, ‘Sunset Village’ Hits Home

A play written and workshopped in Gainesville before premiering in New York City last month opens the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre’s 38th season on Friday night.

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Hipp Crowds Should Get Kick Out of ‘The Wolves’

The Hippodrome Theatre begins its 46th season this week with an acclaimed coming-of-age play from Sarah DeLappe that gets up close and personal with a…

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AW Getting Jazzed Up About ‘Ain’t Misbehavin”

The Actors’ Warehouse begins its seventh season this week by presenting the Tony Award-winning musical revue. This weekend also includes the AW’s masked-ball fundraiser, “A…

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‘Sunset Village’ Ready for New York City Close-Up

Michael Presley Bobbitt’s hilarious but heartwarming play about the sexual shenanigans at a Florida retirement community makes its debut this weekend at the Broadway Bound…

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AW Brings ‘A’ Game With Gritty Drama ”A’ Train’

Starting this week, the Actors’ Warehouse presents “Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train,” which chronicles a man’s rocky journey through the pitfalls of the criminal justice…

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