Not playing around: a guide to Brooklyn’s theater scene
Feb 7, 2013
More and more, the kind of live theater that might signal the endurance of the form is being developed, made in and exported out...
It wasn’t always artisanal mayo and strollers: New musical digs up Brooklyn’s slave-owning past
May 1, 2012
http://youtu.be/vq71WwRjDNcIt’s hard to believe that Brooklyn hasn’t always been the blogging, handmade, farm-to-table, indie-band-loving, summer-outdoor-movie-watching fairytale land that it is today. Fact is Kings...
Moving? Brooklyn actors will haul your stuff for free
Mar 22, 2012
A Brooklyn-based theater troupe will help you move if you let them put on a play -- about moving, of course -- in your empty living room.
A play about hell on Earth? I’ll drink to that! (plus a special Brokelyn discount)
Mar 1, 2012
If you’ve ever wanted to experience life in a ghost town (honestly, who hasn’t?) but don’t have patience or time to travel, the good...
See Romeo and Juliet, Bensonhurst-style
May 4, 2010
Since it's a classic Italian tale that works wherever it's set, we imagine a South Brooklyn version of Romeo and Juliet should go over...
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