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‘Red Bike’ gives child perspectives on life

[media-credit name=”Chioma Anyanwu/Unicorn Theatre” align=”alignright” width=”300″][/media-credit] Through the innocent eyes and...

‘American Son’ puts focus on racial divides

‘ [media-credit name=”Cynthia Levin/Unicorn Theatre” align=”alignright” width=”300″][/media-credit] What could be worse than a...

‘Babel’ generates futuristic dilemma

by Phil Kinen, guest reviewer [media-credit name=”Cynthia Levin/Unicorn Theatre” align=”alignright” width=”240″][/media-credit] Who...

‘Bernhardt/Hamlet’ Establishes Groundbreaking Conception

[media-credit name=”Cynthia Levin/Unicorn Theatre” align=”alignright” width=”240″][/media-credit] Legendary French actress Sarah...

Teen soccer team faces adult trials

By Bob Evans [media-credit name=”Cynthia Levin/The Unicorn” align=”alignright” width=”268″][/media-credit] As expected, KC’s...

Play depicts economic woes, dreams dashed by NAFTA

By Bob Evans [media-credit name=”Cynthia Levin/The Unicorn Thea” align=”alignright” width=”300″][/media-credit] Get ready for a dose...

Comedy play switches genders of Biblical characters

By Bob Evans [media-credit id=6 align=”alignright” width=”235″][/media-credit] Count on comedic giant Pete Bakely to create something out of the...

‘Hir’ redefines dysfunctional home life at Unicorn

By Bob Evans [media-credit name=”Cynthia Levin/The Unicorn Theatre” align=”alignright” width=”239″][/media-credit] Both comedy and...

Scientific research collides with tribal heritage in ‘Informed Consent’

By Bob Evans [media-credit name=”Cynthia Levin and The Unicorn Theatre” align=”alignright” width=”300″][/media-credit] An ancient,...

Unicorn production presents challenging concepts with ‘Disgraced’

By Bob Evans [media-credit name=”Cynthia Levin & The Unicorn Theatre” align=”alignright” width=”300″][/media-credit] Ayad...

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