Marilyn Stasio

Review: 'Engaged'

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In 1877, in an independent outing sans his musical collaborator Arthur Sullivan, Victorian scribbler William S. Gilbert turned a jaundiced eye to marriage customs of the English upper classes and…

Review: 'Roar'

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Scratch the inane title. Despite its ethnic roots in the Palestinian Diaspora entrenched in Detroit, Betty Shamieh's second play is not in the least ferocious. Play tells the familiar story of how…

Review: 'Biro'

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Speaking through the character of a man who came of age in Uganda during the dictatorship of General Idi Amin, actor Ntare Mwine pursues a dual objective with his first play. While educating auds on…

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Review: 'More'

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She's smart, she's sensible, and she's only 8 years old -- no, not Yeardley Smith, the author and centerpiece of this glossily mounted confessional monologue, but Lisa Simpson, the cartoon character…

Review: 'Cookin''

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More than 2 million people in 20 countries throughout Asia, Europe, and North America have already seen the insanely manic rhythm show "Cookin''' (derived from the traditional Korean art form…

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