From eggplant to “Aubergine”: the generational power of food
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From eggplant to “Aubergine”: the generational power of food

Aubergine sounds so much better than eggplant. It takes a simple word, a simple food,…

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The “Skeleton Crew” of a play
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The “Skeleton Crew” of a play

The third installment in playwright Dominique Morisseau’s play cycle entitled “The Detroit Projects” opened recently…

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“The Revolutionists” charge into Baltimore

It’s always incredibly refreshing to sit down to a play written by a woman, about…

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Journey through the “Lookingglass Alice”

“Alice in Wonderland” purists may be surprised by Center Stage’s production of “Lookingglass Alice,” a…

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Everyman’s Production of ‘Intimate Apparel’ will sew its way into your heart
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Everyman’s Production of ‘Intimate Apparel’ will sew its way into your heart

Back in the city where it first premiered, “Intimate Apparel” by Lynn Nottage is currently…

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‘Finding Neverland’ reminds us that we’re all made of stars

With the tinkle of a fairy’s wing and some magic dust, you are invited to…

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