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Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Chance, circumstance and more than a bit of genius have made Thornton Wilder's Our Town one of the most influential American plays of all time. Nearly 75 years after its debut, the drama remains as popular as ever...
03.16.2012 | | Posted at 10:51 PM

Theatre MXT Stages Cleverly Crafted Office Drama

By Russ Bickerstaff
With Success, John Kishline has delicately crafted an exceedingly clever look at 70 minutes in the life of a man in his office. Originally produced in 1991, the play has since been updated. It recently came back from a tour of India funded by the Hindu MetroPlus Theatre and the US State Department.  The show makes it to the stage of Next Act’s new space on 255 South Water Street in a product...
02.09.2012 | | Posted at 11:45 AM

Kishline’s SUCCESS comes to the Next Act Theatre Space

By Russ Bickerstaff
    Back in 1991, John Kishline wrote a piece for the late Theatre X that explores thecost of success. Now operating with fellow theatre X alum Deborah Clifton and the semi-ubiquitous  Ed Morgan under the guise of the new Theatre MXT, Kishline brought Success to India in a special project with the Hindu MetroPlus Theatre Festival & U.S. State Department. The updated production of the play come...
Friday, June 6, 2008

Tonight @ the Off-Broadway Theatre - 7:30 p.m.

Deborah Clifton (a longtime member of the late, great Theatre X) and Peggy Hong (the poet) present a piece entitled Small Pieces Fly To Heaven this weekend only at the Off-Broadway Theatre. It’s a look at the five year-old Iraq war and its effect on both American and Iraqi women. The show uses poetry, movement . . .

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