Category Archives: TRUSTUS

Timely, relevant, and thought-provoking – a review of the NiA Company production of David Mamet’s “Race” – by Jillian Owens

David Mamet is a playwright that has no problem leaving you feeling uncomfortable.  The NiA Company  production at the Richard and Debbie Cohn Trustus Side Door Theatre of his play, Race , is no exception.  Mamet is known for his dark, fast-paced … Continue reading

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“See Rock City & Other Destinations” at Trustus: A Stage-cation Well Worth the Trip – a review by Arik Bjorn

Americans are suckers for a good travelogue set within the boundaries of their own white whale nation. Perhaps this is because so many of us spend most of our lives in some little corner of the vastness that is the … Continue reading

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“Clybourne Park” at Trustus Theatre – a review by August Krickel

Bruce Norris’s Clybourne Park, currently running on the Thigpen Main Stage at Trustus Theatre, is by definition an important play; any winner of a Tony Award, an Olivier Award (England’s Tony) and the Pulitzer Prize for Best Play, automatically commands … Continue reading

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