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04/8/2013

Theater Review: Asolo Rep’s Venus in Fur

Love, sex, sadomasochism–there’s something for everyone in David Ives’ Venus in Fur, now showing in an Asolo Rep production at the Historic Asolo Theater. Well, maybe not something for those under 17 (the theater’s recommended guideline for audience members). Since Ives’ play, a hit both off Broadway and on, stems from the novella Venus in […]

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03/20/2013

Theater Review: Clybourne Park

By Kay Kipling Too many plays, while they may be entertaining, don’t require much effort from the audience to keep up, and don’t leave you with much to think or talk about afterward. That certainly can’t be said for Bruce Norris’ award-winning Clybourne Park, currently onstage at Asolo Rep; this piece about issues of race, home ownership, […]

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02/22/2013

Theater Review: “Stop Kiss”

By Kay Kipling Part of the purpose of the FSU/Asolo Conservatory’s MFA training program is to prepare its students for all types of acting and all types of roles, which sometimes requires them to portray characters quite a bit older than they are. That can be a challenge for them and interesting for the audience, […]

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