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Selkie—The Wild Project, New York

[Selkie] [The Wild Project] [NYC] (c)James Cuccio

Writer: Krista Knight Director: Matt Dickson Reviewer: Carrie Lee O’Dell The legend of selkies, shapeshifters who can take the form of a human or a seal, appears in mythology from Scotland, Ireland, and Scandinavia. The stories often center on a female selkie and a man who steals and hides her sealskin, trapping her in human form and keeping her under ...

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Anna Christie – The Wild Project, New York

Writer: Eugene O’Neill Director: Peter Richards Reviewer: Jamie Rosler With a deceptively simple set, and a relatively straightforward story to tell, Anna Christie, directed by Peter Richards at The Wild Project, hardly seems like an almost 100-year-old script. While some of the text does feel dated in these actors' mouths, the themes that were so cutting edge in 1921 are still surprisingly, or ...

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Murrow – The Wild Project, New York

Edward R. Murrow

Writer: Joseph J. Vitale Director: Jeremy Williams Reviewer: Alexis Boursier American broadcaster Edward R. Murrow has long been a subject of near legendary status. The forefather of American news broadcasting, his life, and career have been the subject of several dramas, perhaps most notably George Clooney’s 2005 film Good Night and Good Luck. These works have largely focused on the ...

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INTERVIEW: Playwright Joseph Vitale, on Murrow

playwright Joseph Vitale

Jospeh Vitale sat down with Jamie Rosler to talk about the creation and current production of his play, Murrow, now running in New York City.   Let’s start with a quick description of the show, and maybe a bit about your process of how the show came into existence. Well it’s a one man show starring Joseph Menino, who is ...

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