Posts Tagged ‘59e59’

Good With People is Worth the Check-In

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in Arts & Film, Theater

Photo by Carol Rosegg “J’accuse?” It’s one of the first lines uttered in David Harrower’s layered play, Good With People, currently shining at 59E59 as part of its Brits Off Broadway festival. Those familiar with history will understand this statement’s implications of cruelty, equally apt in the time of writer Emile Zola in nineteenth century France as well as [&hellip
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What a Way to Make a Living

Written by Mark Peikert on . Posted in Arts & Film, NY Press Exclusive, Theater

07_Theater-RX When the film adaptation of The Hours came out, my boss at the time said, apropos of Julianne Moore’s character, “You don’t need a reason to be depressed.” That truth kept flashing through my mind during RX, the saddest comedy to come along in quite a while. In Kate Fodor’s world, managing editor at American [&hellip
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