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Nicole LaBresh

A Quintessentially American American Buffalo

David Mamet’s American Buffalo is an assemblage of all things American: profanity, thievery, greed, the American Dream and toxic masculinity. Naturally, when it premiered in 1975, audiences were scandalized by the language, and many wondered at the point of the two-hour, testosterone-fueled descent into madness. Today, however, the play is regarded as an American classic […]

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Northeast Choreographers Festival Showcases the Latest in Modern Dance

Something new is brewing in the dance world, and it’s brewing right in our neck of the woods. This fall, some of the country’s most innovative choreographers will descend upon Rhode Island for the inaugural Northeast Choreographers Festival. The festival is the brainchild of Fusionworks Dance Company in Lincoln, founded in 1987. Back then, the […]

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Avenue Q Delivers a Strong Message from Under All That Felt

It’s no secret that theater is all about pushing the envelope and being ever edgier and raunchier. Even seemingly innocent shows may be riddled with unexpected innuendo and profanity. And then there are musicals like Avenue Q, that transcend edgy and embark into deliberately offensive and profane territory. With songs like “Everyone’s a Little Bit […]

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