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Monday, 13 October 2014 20:22

Upstream brings a classic to the Kranzberg

My favorite company in town, Phillip Boehm's Upstream Theatre, has opened a classic: Sophocles' "Antigone."

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Wednesday, 05 February 2014 16:43

Remembering the lost: a story of child migration

Upstream Theater's poignant production of "Forget Me Not" explores the little known history of non-humanitarian child migration. The story is one of sorrow, regret and pain, and the company does not gloss over this hard truth or the lasting damage this policy inflicted on countless children.

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Who hasn't thought: "if I don't get taken care of soon, I am going to lose my mind" while waiting in line at the DMV? As Upstream Theater's production "Diary of a Madman" illustrates, it isn't just the customer who can be driven crazy by bureaucracy.

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The world premiere production of “Café Chanson” is an archetypal diamond in the rough: quality material that wants only a bit of polishing to make it into a gem.

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Monday, 20 February 2012 21:57

Or not to be

Though often included in the Theatre of the Absurd, Jean Genet has long struck me as one of the first post-modern playwrights. In several of his plays, he uses theatre itself – the playing of a role – as a metaphor for the human condition: metatheatre, if you will.

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Several area theatre companies are staging works by acclaimed playwrights to illuminate the turbulence of today's political climate. While some author's reference current events to push an agenda or present alternate points of view; others, such as Argentina's Lucia Laragione, weave political overtones within more fanciful contexts to raise awareness of historical events and social injustices.

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Upstream's new production of Oedipus King is an intimate affair. The 70 seat Kranzberg black box is a far cry from a Greek amphitheater, but Philip Boehm has taken this change of venue and directed a simple and subtle production of the venerable Greek tragedy.

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