REVIEW: LIGATURE MARKS

My roommate from college is a video game designer now, but he was always a big video game guy.  Back in the days of Ramen Noodles, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time, we used a kind of shorthand.  Whenever one of us would have to call our parents for […]

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LIGATURE MARKS PRE-GAME

I didn’t intend to do a Pre-Game for Gideon Productions’ Ligature Marks, which is being presented as part of the Brick’s Game Play Festival, but my scheduling got crossed up and I found myself with an extra week to think about it beforehand. Also helpful:  playwright Mac Rogers posted a couple of blog entries on […]

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REVIEW: THE PHOTO ALBUM

Ever stumble across an old photo that you don’t recognize and wonder where it came from?  Who might have taken it?  What their story could have been? Admit it:  we’re all of us guilty of a little voyeuristic curiosity.  Whether your sneaky instincts are fueled by a need for juicy gossip or anthropology, the Story […]

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REVIEW: #CORIOLANUS

The virtues of Theater in Asylum’s production of #Coriolanus lie, as the Volscian general Aufidius says, “in th’ interpretation.”  Though Paul Bedard’s social media savvy staging of Shakespeare’s play occasionally trips over the jittery tech at its center, it consistently redeems itself with wildly inventive maneuvers, including costumes straight out of Aeon Flux, impressively choreographed […]

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