Paul Harris

Review: ‘Autobahn’

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In "Autobahn," Neil LaBute has written a provocative series of playlets featuring characters seated in cars that each conclude with a squirm-inducing twist. Although the device becomes somewhat…

Review: ‘Nevermore’

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Now we know how Edgar Allan Poe came to write all those creepy poems and tales from the crypt: His perspective was, shall we say, a bit off-kilter, and he was continually haunted by the women in his…

Review: ‘Starving’

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Life in Atlanta during the 1950s offered a bitter stew of promise and prejudice for African-Americans, concludes S.M. Shephard-Massat in her new play, "Starving." These inherent conflicts create an…

Review: ‘Teahouse’

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A highlight of the Kennedy Center's monthlong festival of arts from China is the first visit to the U.S. of the Beijing People's Art Theater to perform its signature play, "Teahouse." Written in…

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