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Tallest Tree' examines what it means to be an outsider by Naomi Pfefferman 41 minutes ago Daniel Beaty portrays Paul Robeson in The Tallest Tree in the Forest. At one point in The Tallest Tree in the Forest, Daniel Beaty's one-man show about the
The Tectonic Theatre Company's original "Laramie Project" was moving in part because it took a huge national event and downsized it to the personal to the actual words of small-town residents affected by the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard . A gay
tool goes here Should one feel despair at the end of Moises Kaufman's "Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde"? The 1895 punishment meted out to the great writer by the British legal system and his subsequent physical decline was a travesty,
265 minutes with three intermissions and a dinner break. The 1998 attack on Matthew Shepard was so brutal, it shocked the nation. After meeting him at a bar one October night, two men took the openly gay University of Wyoming student to a remote area
Variations The script and cast keep this drama of Beethoven and a modern scholar a human story Reviewed by Elizabeth Cobbe , Fri., Feb. 8, 2013 Meeting through music: While Anton Nel plays Beethoven, the composer (Peter Reznikoff) connects with the
I have spent two days trying to think up some witty lead for this review of 33 Variations, and I give up. The musical puns and bits of trivia and semi-profound observations with which I planned to begin all sound like I'm working too hard to get you
At first the genius ignored the request but at some point he became obsessed by the challenge. Indeed, as his hearing failed and his illnesses mounted, the great master put aside working on the legendary Ninth Symphony in order to write not one but "
That may sound more like the premise for an esoteric academic paper than a viable piece of theater. But with the help of seven talented actors and a script by Moises Kaufman , "33 Variations" turns a musicologist's obsession about an obsession of
Back in the old days, when record stores were plentiful, Moises Kaufman was walking back to his Manhattan home after a play and stopped in at Tower Records . He had heard something on the radio about how much Beethoven liked working on variations of
The latest clip from The Devotion Project features a trans man and his family. Hero bus driver hit by metal shard and killed, but not before he saves his passengers...The feature film of Moises Kaufman's play about Matthew Shepard.