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KNOW Theatre presents Sam Shepard's

True West

KNOW Theatre is proud to present True West by the late Sam Shepard.  Performances will be at Binghamton City Stage, 74 Carroll Street, February 8th through the 25th, with Pay-What-You-Can night being Thursday, February 15th at 8pm.   Friday and Saturday performances are at 8pm, Sundays at 3pm. Tickets are $20 for adults, $18 for Seniors, and $15 for Students. About the Play A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1983, this American classic explores alternatives that might spring from the demented...
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Reviewed by George Basler On one level, Ariel Dorfman’s Death and the Maiden is a taut psychological thriller. On another level, it asks some difficult questions, without providing easy answers: Do we need to forgive the unforgivable to preserve our own sanity? What is the morality of vengeance? When does forgiving and forgetting become dishonoring the victims? These questions are front and center in a riveting production of Dorfman’s provocative play that will run through next week at KNOW Theatre in Binghamton. The three cast members -- Dori...
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Reviewed by Nancy Oliveri I confess … I was completely taken by Bill C. Davis' Mass Appeal, which opened last night (Feb. 14) as part of Know Theatre's 20th anniversary season. A packed house greeted the performance at Know's Binghamton City Stage in a former downtown firehouse. These days, any church would be grateful for that kind of turnout. Mass-Appeal-splash_square_image Continuing weekends through March 2, Mass Appeal is a two-man play about the teacher-student relationship between an establishment priest and a...
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Reviewed by Ralph Hall How would a person born with no soul behave? Would no fear-of-God affect his behavior? Would he be pure evil? Are these the questions Martin McDonough poses in his third play of his Connemara trilogy, The Lonesome West? (more…)...
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