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Playwright’s Perspective: The Pain of My Belligerence

This play aims to explore the corrosive effects of the patriarchy on women and men alike — to examine the culture that has created the phenomenon of toxic masculinity and its insidious effects, and to start imagining ways we can break free.

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The American Voice: Hard Laughs

This aching world is penned by a writer who’s a connoisseur of the purest laugh, the highest joke, the laugh that can laugh at that which is unhappy. It makes the medicine go down. (Adam Greenfield, Associate Artistic Director)

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Halley Feiffer: A Retrospective

As a writer and actor in theater, television, and film, Halley Feiffer has a reputation for excavating the darkest depths of the human condition. (Lizzie Stern, Literary Manager)

First Rehearsal Photos: If Pretty Hurts...

The race to achieve impossible beauty standards begins a journey of mythic proportions in Tori Sampson's explosive 'If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must Be a Muhfucka.' Go inside the first day of rehearsal to meet the cast and creatives!

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Footnote: Iraqi Women in Diaspora

Playwright and performer Heather Raffo gathers a multi-generational, multi-religious, multi-national group of women to discuss the themes and ideas of her play Noura.
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