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In GableStage's New Jerusalem, Influential Philosopher Baruch Spinoza Takes on Organized Faith
26 days ago by John Thomason
It's great to be the smartest guy in the room if you're a president, economist, or engineer. It's less than great if you're Baruch Spinoza — the pioneering 17th-century Dutch philosopher, Enlightenment thinker, and pantheistic...
Choir Boy: A Miami Take on a High School Musical
3 months ago by John Thomason
As GableStage prepares for the opening of Choir Boy, its fourth Tarell Alvin McCraney production in as many seasons, artistic director Joseph Adler can't stop himself from talking about the playwright and Miami native. "I've known h...
Bad Jews at GableStage: Identify, If You Dare, With This Acrid Dramedy
5 months ago by John Thomason
Playwright Joshua Harmon may or may not have been thinking of No Exit when he wrote his acrid dramedy Bad Jews. But after seeing the riveting new production of Harmon's play at GableStage, Sartre's metaphysical masterpiece seems lik...
GableStage's Mothers and Sons Is Gestalt Therapy
7 months ago by John Thomason
Terrence McNally's Mothers and Sons, which opened last weekend at GableStage, is a profound inquiry into the human condition, delivered in a sweepingly emotional experience that fully justifies the art form. It's been far too long s...