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Scene from The Orchard with Juliet Brett and John McGinty on OpeningNight.Online. Photo credit: Pabel Antonov
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Edward A Kliszus

The Orchard

While Chekov’s play holds a firm place in the literature, through the magic of technology the story can now be presented in a cutting-edge complex dreamscape of seemingly incongruent elements achievable only with the contemporary arts of live-streamed multi-media drama.

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Edward A Kliszus

Jane Anger by Talene Monahon

Jane Anger is hilariously funny. Witticisms, cleverness, plays on words, malapropisms, and sparkling non sequitur rants abound along with a dash of the spirit of Monte Python and Mel Brooks, a touch of Abbott and Costello, and the cast’s superb timing that make it work.

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Elizabeth Ann Foster

Witness

Rating  4.7/5 “I come from, well it doesn’t matter, the town doesn’t even exist anymore in Russia,” says Igor Golyak, the director of Witness,

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The cast from Ever Young. Zoom screen shot credit: Alex Roe.
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Elizabeth Ann Foster

Ever Young at the Metropolitan Virtual Playhouse

We get to eavesdrop on a foursome from 100 years ago. We see what was in style in Palm Beach and how the privileged conducted themselves. Secrets unfold, and the audience gets an intimate glimpse into relationships along with a history lesson.

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Elisabeth Ahrens and Paul Bomba. Zoom credit: Alex Roe
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Elizabeth Ann Foster

Constancy

Constancy by Neith Boyce is a play inspired by her turn-of-the-century circle of friends that were exploring open relationships. Sound familiar circa 1960?

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