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…

Marketplace

Review: 'Damn Yankees'

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Buoyed by a stellar cast that includes Brad Oscar fresh from "The Producers" on Broadway, Arena Stage grabs the pennant with an enormously engaging production of "Damn Yankees." Following Arena's…

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…

Cuttin' Up

Review: 'Cuttin' Up'

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The success of the musical "Crowns," about African-American women and their church hats, has led to a sequel of sorts from Arena Stage. Commissioned from a treatise by "Crowns" author Craig Marberry…

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