Recommended by Eugenie Carabatsos

  • Dear Anne, From Nina
    10 Dec. 2018
    A fascinating topic and a unique opportunity to get to know the Frank daughters through a new lens--other children. Looking forward to following this play's journey!
  • Roguish Machine
    3 Dec. 2018
    "Roguish Machine" is a highly original, entertaining, and thought-provoking play about the Luddite movement. Charlie and Eliza guide us through the philosophical quandaries of technological advancement, leaving us to reflect on our own technologically-obsessed, dependent lifestyles.
  • How You Kiss Me Is Not How I Like To Be Kissed
    3 Dec. 2018
    "How You Kiss Me Is Not How I Like To Be Kissed" is a collage of a snippets from a couple's relationship. Undeniably relatable, honest, and clever, the play's poetic language takes you through the turns of the relationship and this couple's attempt to love, connect, and separate.
  • Winnebago
    7 Oct. 2018
    Put simply, I love this play. It's delightfully funny, while always maintaining a grounded, heartbreaking core. The relationship between the young woman and the priest is especially moving, as they both try to figure out who they are, what they want, and where they're going.
  • Things I Don't Want to Talk About: a hero(ine)'s journey
    7 Oct. 2018
    A thoughtful account of a woman navigating through patriarchal society, memory, and the scars of growing up. It's humorous, bold, and honest. A great one-woman show!
  • You Are What You
    24 Sep. 2018
    You Are What You is a comedy with delightful farcical elements, but it's also a a moving portrait of a pair of two sisters, with a deliciously satisfying Pot Roast. It leaves the audience with a sense of nostalgia and a deep longing to return home, along with the hope that the future, though different, has some magic awaiting us too.
  • Meet Murasaki Shikibu Followed by Book-Signing, and Other Things
    21 Sep. 2018
    I was first introduced to this original, delightful play at the Great Plains Theatre Conference, and was luckily enough to see in production in the NYC Fringe. This play is not only incredibly funny, it's deeply moving. I'm a huge fan of Murasaki and Julia Izumi!
    10 Sep. 2018
    A bold and daring play! A jungle-gym of language and imagery. A powerful piece!
  • Easter at the Entrée Gold
    5 Aug. 2018
    I was fortunate enough to see this play as part of New World Theatre's "It's Academic." The writing is elegant and well paced. The characters are deeply human--clever, troubled, confused, and sincere. It's a vulnerable play that tackles challenging topics, and does so with empathy and integrity.
    17 Jul. 2018
    An engaging read! Quick-paced, deeply thoughtful, and relevant.