Mar
26
2019

RUSSIAN TRANSPORT

Eternity Playhouse, March 14 8/10 So you think your family is dysfunctional? Meet Diana and Misha, their children Alex and Mira, and Diana’s brother Boris. If you rubbed two sheets of coarse-grade sandpaper together you couldn’t generate more friction than this family of Russian immigrants living in Brooklyn. These people are verbal abuse virtuosos – […]

Mar
18
2019

SILKROAD ENSEMBLE

Concert Hall, March 9 7/10 The Silk Road was a network rather than a specific route. In this regard Silkroad Ensemble is well-named, with its variable personnel and repertoire bridging the musical divide between East and West. But whereas trade was the ancient network’s obvious purpose, here the music sometimes seemed lost in a labyrinth […]

Mar
17
2019

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO PAUL

The Joan, March 8 9/10 If those opposite would try the novel experience of piping down and just listening – which I know, technically, is doing two things at once, thereby putting them at full stretch – the point I’d like to make is that this is a show for true believers. It’s a show […]

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