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Wednesday, May 15, 2024

In Conversation with Cam Cronin on Geraldine Realigned At The Brick Theater: Scrappiness, Gayborhoods, and a Close Collaboration with Billy McEntee. by Eve Bromberg

Geraldine Realigned Drives from Gay Place to Gay Place and You’re in the Car Too ostensibly follows a drag queen, Geraldine, on a road trip working her way through a list of great American…

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Friday, May 3, 2024

On The Associates’ “Redemption Story.” In Conversation with Peregrine Teng Heard and Sarah Blush by Eve Bromberg

A few pages into the script of Peregrine Teng Heard’s– playwright and artistic director of The Associates Theater Ensemble– newest play Redemption Story, I could sense its implicit pol…

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Friday, March 22, 2024

An Interview with Jesse Freedman on The Brick’s “The Banality of Evil.” by Eve Bromberg

  “Banality of Evil, as a phrase,” Jesse Freedman the Artistic Director of Meta-Phys Ed. told me on the phone last week, each of us speaking from our respective Brooklyn apartments, “…

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Wednesday, March 20, 2024

The Effect: The Sublimity of Performance by Eve Bromberg

If it weren’t for my erudite Anglophile cousin, I would never have known to see Lucy Prebble’s The Effect at The Shed (from March 3-March 31). An early Prebble fan, she one day turned on…

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Thursday, March 7, 2024

Joey Merlo’s On Set With Theda Bara: An Emboied Performance and A Window Into An Artist’s Mind by Eve Bromberg

​​ The first time I saw David Greenspan perform was in Adrian Einspanier’s Lunch Bunch this past spring at the 122 Community Center in the East Village. I didn’t know of him or his l…

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Tuesday, February 20, 2024

Annie Wang’s “had my mouth” Offers Self-Protection Through Lyrical Movement by Eve Bromberg

Were they bearing their teeth in preparation to kill? Screaming silently in agony? Conjuring lost joy of their youth?

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Saturday, December 23, 2023

“When The End Becomes The Beginning:” Okwui Okpokwasili and Peter Born’s adaku part 1: the road opens by Eve Bromberg

Adaku’s forced departure forever alters her connection to reality — she is absorbed into the unknown, which marks the start of our inquiry. Her trauma, epistemically, is our starting poi…

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On NYCB’s 75th Fall: Leadership, Youth, and Deviation by Eve Bromberg

This fall, NYCB kicked off the celebration of their 75th anniversary dedicating the entire season to the work of George Balanchine, the company’s co-founder and artistic realizer. On the n…

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Thursday, October 19, 2023

James Allister Sprang at Baryshnikov Arts: Seeking Active “Rest Within the Wake” by Eve Bromberg

Active reflection and associations should comprise our meditative state. If there were moments during the piece that disturbed us, we should return to the breathing exercise to find calm. 

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Saturday, September 16, 2023

Best of The Summer: Alex Edelman’s “Just For Us” — An Nuanced Exploration of Judaism and Standpoint by Eve Bromberg

Edelman always wanted to be white. ‘I know, I know. Dream achieved!’ he says.

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Thursday, May 25, 2023

“Blessed Unrest” Misconceptions: A Mismatched Use of Traditional Theater Mechanics  by Eve Bromberg

How for the next few weeks these actors get to tackle conflicts onstage and then return to their everyday lives, undeniably altered. Meanwhile, before me, a performance was taking place. We …

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Monday, April 3, 2023

Lorraine Hansberry’s “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window” Offers Up Complex Women and Self-Criticism in a Quasi-Solipsistic Depiction of the by Eve Bromberg

There are those cultural events that feel too good to be true – many stars align to create a perfectly satisfying contribution, almost all-encompassing in its thoughtoutness.

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Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Sure, Critique Ballet and Balanchine, but Erika Lantz Does it Wrong by Eve Bromberg

Pain has been felt in the halls of Balanchine’s house, but joy and beauty exist too. Neither outweighs the other.

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All that Chat

May 30, 2023: Grey House - Lyceum Theatre
Jun 26, 2023: Just For Us - Hudson Theatre
Jul 24, 2023: The Cottage - Hayes Theater
Nov 16, 2023: Spamalot - St. James Theatre
Dec 18, 2023: Appropriate - Hayes Theater
Mar 07, 2024: Doubt - Todd Haimes Theatre
Apr 14, 2024: Lempicka - Longacre Theatre
Apr 17, 2024: The Wiz - Marquis Theatre
Apr 18, 2024: Suffs - Music Box Theatre
Apr 25, 2024: Mother Play - Hayes Theater
Jun 10, 2024: The Drama Desk Awards