On the Verge, or the Geography of Yearning
Off Off Broadway, Walkerspace, The Attic Theater Company

Reviewed by Regina Robbins

BOTTOM LINE: Highbrow fun for those who like a little mental exercise with their comedy.

In 1888, three women set off to explore terra incognita—an unknown land—but a strong sense of place anchors the Attic Theatre’s revival of On the Verge or, the Geography of Yearning, a funny and challenging play by Eric Overmyer. First produced in 1985, this intellectual romp through American politics…

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I'm Bleeding All Over the Place
(Off Off Broadway, La MaMa's Ellen Stewart Theater)
Review by Ken Kaissar

BOTTOM LINE: A captivating walking tour that explores the relationship between audience and performer.

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The Healing
(Off Broadway, Theater Row's Clubman Theater)
Review by Linda Buchwald

BOTTOM LINE: A well-written play with memorable performances that also raises visibility for disabled and deaf actors.

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(Off Broadway, June Havoc Theatre, Abingdon Theatre Company in association with the Muse Project)
Review by Adrienne Urbanski

BOTTOM LINE: Based on true events surrounding a retracted Rolling Stone article on a gang rape at the University of Virginia, Stet offers a moving examination of the growing problem of rape on college campuses and rape culture as a whole.

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Di and Viv and Rose
(Off Broadway, Theater Row's Studio Theater)
Review by Ashley Steves

BOTTOM LINE: An unabashed but honest love letter to female friendships and womanhood, Di and Viv and Rose is a triumph in storytelling.

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Then Silence
(Off Broadway, Theater Row's Lion Theater)
Review by Helen Herbert

BOTTOM LINE: A confounding contemporary allegory about the devastation of human nature.

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I'll Say She Is
(Off Off Broadway, Connelly Theater)
Review by Emily Cordes

BOTTOM LINE: The Marx Brothers and a restless young heiress chase thrills in this plot-light, laugh-heavy musical revue.

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