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Bash: A Flawless Contemplation of a Flaw-Riddled Society

You don’t frequently come across a theatrical work so elegant and uneasy in its entirety that it makes you remember why you go to theatre. And why it exists as a discipline, altogether.  Bash, by Neil LaBute, a play which debuted in 1999, was not awarded a Gold […]

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On celebrating new voices

Take a bunch of young people in their early 20s, many of whom have never been exposed to traditional European arts like classical ballet. Open their heads to a technical rehearsal of principal dancers for a work that hasn’t been stage in the city for more than 15 […]