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The Tempest - Mokwha Repertory Company
Off Off Broadway, La MaMa's Ellen Stewart Theatre, Mokwha Repertory Company

Reviewed by Keith Paul Medelis

BOTTOM LINE: This rare gift of theater is something to be cherished.

There’s something wonderful about reading your way through a production you can only understand otherwise through staging. Sometimes you may chose to glance up or just find yourself wandering and enjoying whatever loss may come...

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Featured Artist

GIDEON PRODUCTIONS

Fan favorite downtown theatre company Gideon Productions is back this month with a new play, Assymetric, at 59E59 Theatres. Theasy got in touch with company founders Mac Rogers and Sean Williams to learn more about the group, the show, and what's next for this genre-bending team.

Read the Theasy interview with Mac and Sean here!