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Review: ‘Opus’

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For a play that talks so much about passion, "Opus" is almost aggressively devoid of it. Sure, the characters in this tale of an imploding string quartet discuss their fierce dedication to music -…

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Review: ‘Damascus’

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Last year the Traverse, Scotland's home of new writing, kicked off its Edinburgh Festival Fringe program with "Petrol Jesus Nightmare #5," a violent broadside by Henry Adam that raged against…

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Review: ‘Absurdia’

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The evening's selling point is the premiere of Michael Frayn's surrealist take on French farce, set literally in the middle of nowhere. But the nicely achieved comic tone of dislocated reality is set…

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