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Too Much Steel and Stone

The night clerk (Frank Wood) of a seedy midtown hotel is already onstage as the audience enters the Booth Theatre.  His eyes glassy, he stares off at nothing in particular.  An “Out of Order” sign hangs on the birdcage elevator.  When Hughie begins, the hotel wakes up, its neon sing flashing to life outside and the […]

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New Bottles

Everything is going to hell. Time is running out. Worry, envy and doubt creep into our thoughts and we’re all going to die. If you follow the advice dispensed by Shaina Taub and her band, the best approach is to embrace the chaos, make a mess and don’t take any of it too seriously. In Old […]

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Piercing the Mundane

Despite his history of philandering and pill popping, Amber (Vanessa Vache) has decided to reunite with her husband Chris (James Kautz). Chris moves back in and fails to be of much help around the house. He pulls a meager income from bartending a few times a week and refuses to look for work elsewhere. Evidence […]

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They did not exist till Art had invented them

A (Ben Cole) is a writer and a producer. He’s sunk his ample wealth into a feature film starring B  (Clea Alsip) and C (Tony Naumovski), his wife and best friend, respectively. He thinks B and C may be having an affair and he’s still selling scripts despite announcing his suspicions to unsuspecting producers during […]

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