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‘The Trap’ at Ambassador Theater

The gaunt and haunted figure of Franz Kafka obsessed the renowned Polish poet, novelist, and dramatist Tadeusz Różewicz (1921-2014). His two-act play The Trap—part expressionistic, part realistic—poetically thrusts Kafka’s anxieties and nightmares front and center. First published in 1982, The Trap as translated by Adam Czerniawski is now getting its U.S. premiere in an imaginative and fittingly […]

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‘Coyote on a Fence’ at Colonial Players by Amanda Gunther

As of October 2013 the state of Maryland became the sixth state to abolish the death penalty. The state of Maryland no longer utilizes capital punishment as a sentence for prisoners found guilty of heinous crimes against humanity. This does not, however, make The Colonial Players‘ production of Coyote on a Fence any less relevant. […]

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