Despite a Shaky Foundation, Intrepid’s ‘Art’ Is Good Fun

There’s more to friendship than friends. While the best among them may fight about the least quaintifiable things in life, something indefinable usually draws them together against some pretty tough odds. Yasmina Reza’s ‘Art,’ latest from Intrepid Theatre Company, is a case in point — it doesn’t make a perfect logistical sense, but the production values are often a sight to behold.

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Cygnet’s fair ‘Maple and Vine’ stumbles over itself


Technology has made the 1950s seem like centuries ago, and a lot more may (or may not) have happened to human interconnectedness in the meantime. Cygnet Theatre’s “Maple and Vine” takes a look at the simpler era and the very personal reasons behind the characters’ fascination with it — but amid the nice production values and fine acting, the script fuels a debate in which the playwright doesn’t want to take part.

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