In Amaranthine Night, a coked-up realtor named John (Nathan Ayling) delivers the play’s wittiest lines. Meanwhile, John’s girlfriend, Dierde (Myia Johnson), is the sole character to actually try to help Joe remember why he’s doomed to repeat his mistakes. But most of the dialogue feels aimless: Questions are answered with questions, and most of what is said doesn’t do anything to advance the plot.
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August Strindberg’s one-act play is not as controversial as it used to be.
  • May 10
The new piece by choreographer Helen Pickett is high-adrenaline and bizarre.
  • April 19


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