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Review: ‘The Good Person of Setzuan’ at The Towson University Department of Theatre Arts

Bertolt Brecht’s tale of the struggle to be good under the weight of capitalism is brought to the streets of Baltimore in Director Stephen Nunns’ lively and profound production of Bertolt Brecht’s The Good Person of Setzuan at Towson University. The play opens with Wang, a water seller, foretelling the arrival of a trio of gods to the city. […]

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‘The Memo’ at Single Carrot Theatre

Zchu vuzk shnipt oz guggu guga oldi felckin ni tni ofdurn bubvah. Neylt bloofd forba suli sulli zym zyek nodda bim boem. Nyish vits nyik kibs. Orscht dublig obva ogva igbli shnin. Dorse tont zchui zweep zwep abala loodi schmosh adoh woarh ruf ooi babba abbid abadi baie. Oze guga yek yik sensen ashi dozge […]

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‘Apartment 213’ at Iron Crow Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

A stunning piece of theatrical thriller takes to the stage at Iron Crow Theatre Company to kick start their 2013/2014 season: Myths, Monsters, and Legends.  Conceived and written by company member Joseph W. Ritsch and Directed by Stephen Nunns, Apartment 213 – a horrifically thrilling piece of theatrical exploration – delves into the life of renowned serial […]

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