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Aisle View: The Voice of God (?)

Steven Suskin | Posted 09.17.2016 | Arts
Steven Suskin

Plays about religious philosophy can be mighty dry and uninvolving, not only to outsiders but to people of the faith in question as well. Playwrights Horizons' newest offering -- The Christians, which is about, well, Christians -- is anything but uninvolving.

Theater: Oh Hell! 'The Christians' Tackles Faith

Michael Giltz | Posted 09.17.2016 | Arts
Michael Giltz

A big city play about mega-churches that isn't cynical or filled with hypocritical con men or womanizers or child molesters or womanizing child molesters who pick your pocket at the same time? It's a miracle!

First Nighter: Lucy Thurber's Five Hill Town Plays Progress From Must-See to Less-Need-to-See

David Finkle | Posted 11.05.2013 | Arts
David Finkle

There's nothing wrong in presenting a cycle about a character progressing from damaging childhood to escape from psychological entrapment adulthood. Indeed, it's a great idea. But the over-and-again Hill Town Plays are clearly not the way to do it.