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Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill– The Flea Theater, New York

(Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill ) (The Flea) (NYC) (c)Hunter Canning

Writer: Steph Del Rosso Director: Marina McClure Reviewer: Carrie Lee O’Dell In December, The Flea Theater announced that its 2018 winter/spring lineup would be the “Season of Womyn”—a series of works that focus on women’s stories. The season opens with the world premiere of Steph Del Rosso’s Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill, a play centered on questions of ...

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Washed Up on the Potomac – The Flea Theater, New York

(Washed Up on the Potomac) (The Flea) (NYC) (c)Jonas Gustavsson

Writer: Lynn Rosen Director: José Zayas Reviewer: Carrie Lee O’Dell Offices across the country are populated with people for whom their daily work routine is nothing more than a paycheck; they are just one step (or two or three) away from being able to blow this pop stand and focus full-time on a career as a novelist or actor or ...

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Syncing Ink – The Flea Theater, New York, NY

(Syncing Ink) (The Flea Theater) (NYC) (c)Joan Marcus

Writer: NSangou Njikam Director: Niegel Smith Reviewer: Carrie Lee O’Dell In a July episode of NPR’s Code Switch podcast, Hip Hop DJs Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito describe the genre in the mid- to late-1980s as evolving into something “political and wonderfully Black-conscious.” NSangou Njikam’s play Syncing Ink, playing at The Flea’s new space The Sam, taps into that energy of ...

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Inanimate – The Flea Theater, New York

(Inanimate) (The Flea) (NYC)

Writer: Nick Robideau Director: Courtney Ulrich Reviewer: Carrie Lee O’Dell In 2009, American archer Erika LaBrie appeared on Good Morning America and explained to the audience that she was in love with the Eiffel Tower. In fact, she’d been married to the French landmark for two years and she’d legally changed her name to Erika Eiffel. For many Americans, this ...

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The Good Earth – The Flea Theater, New York

The Good Earth - Kate Elis, Rachael Boulton and Gwenllian Higginson_Photo by Tom Flannery

Writer: Company (devised) Director: Rachael Boulton Musical Direction: Max MacKintosh Reviewer: Adrienne Sowers In 1966, a coal mine collapse killed several people in a small community in Wales. Twelve years later, fearing the same would happen in another town, the government sought to displace the people of Troedrhiwgwair before the same disasterbefellthem. Motherlode Theatre Company’s The Good Earth looks back ...

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