Review: Macbeth

| Nov 24, 2016, in Arts & Culture, In Focus, Reviews | 0 comments

On Nov. 23, the King’s Theatrical Society (KTS) presented Macbeth, their final show of the season. Directed by Julia Hancock-Song, the...

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Review: Closer

| Nov 18, 2016, in Arts & Culture, In Focus, Reviews | 0 comments

Closer, the second play of the King Theatrical Society’s (KTS) season debuted in the Pit on Nov. 16. The play was originally written by...

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Review: The Curse of the Starving Class

| Nov 4, 2016, in Arts & Culture, In Focus, Reviews | 0 comments

On Wednesday, “The Curse of the Starving Class” debuted in the Pit. As the season debut for the King’s Theatrical Society (KTS), the...

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Review: The Laramie Project

| Mar 26, 2016, in Reviews | 1 comment

The Laramie Project (directed by Josh Feldman, with assistance from Jonathan Brown-Gilbert) is unlike any play I’ve ever seen. It...

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Review: Equus

| Mar 17, 2016, in Arts & Culture, Reviews | 0 comments

Equus, written by Peter Shaffer and directed by Jack Smith, has been the talk of King’s for several weeks. I’ve met quite a few people...

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Review: Orlando

| Mar 3, 2016, in Reviews | 0 comments

Orlando, directed by Julia Schultz, is a springy, frothy concoction with a serious underlying message. The play grapples with gender...

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