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REVIEW: ‘Chalk’ by Alex Curtis at FRIGID Festival

REVIEW: ‘Chalk’ by Alex Curtis at FRIGID Festival

By Diana DiCostanzo Putting words on paper to write a theatrical review gets more difficult when you see the infinite possibilities a character can create with just chalk and a black stage. How do you judge unbridled creativity and imagination? ...

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REVIEW: Seven Fragments / Frigid New York Festival 2016

REVIEW: Seven Fragments / Frigid New York Festival 2016

  By Diana DiCostanzo (@DianaNYC18) If jazz, spoken word poetry, Shakespeare, and a High School-centered TV drama all had a baby, it would be Seven Fragments. Accompanied by a jazz soundtrack that can only be described as the inner workings ...

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Review: ‘Smart People’ at Second Stage

Review: ‘Smart People’ at Second Stage

 By Shari Lifland (@shariontheaisle) The four racially diverse characters in Lydia R. Diamond’s new play at Second Stage’s Tony Kiser Theatre certainly live up to the work’s title: they hold at least five advanced academic degrees between them. However, not ...

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REVIEW: ‘Thank God for Jokes,’ Starring Mike Birbiglia

REVIEW: ‘Thank God for Jokes,’ Starring Mike Birbiglia

By Diana DiCostanzo / Photo Credit: Joan Marcus “I’m joking!” It’s the catchphrase of the unfunny, according to Mike Birbiglia, who is anything but that. The comedian, best known for his work in stand-up comedy, his previous one-man shows Sleepwalk ...

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