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Magic Time: ‘The Third Breast’ by John Stoltenberg

The Third Breast is a gritty play, produced by a gutsy company. The three actors are arresting; the music and visuals, appealing. But for some interesting reasons, the challenging script by Polish writer Ireneusz Iredyński (1939–1985) can be an effort for a U.S. audience to comprehend. On the surface the story is a naturalistic drama […]

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The cast of 'The Third Breast.' Photo by Magda Pinkowska.

‘The Third Breast’ at Ambassador Theater by Yvonne French

In Ambassador Theater’s The Third Breast you are transported from an idyllic commune into a militaristic cult. The harrowing journey is the hallmark of thought-provoking theater. It will make you feel what it is like to go from freedom to imprisonment–how it sneaks up slowly, how its grasp is sudden, and how its hold is absolute. […]

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