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  • Sarah Kane's Blasted, which is currently playing in New York I'll be seeing it with Rick Bowes in a couple days, in fact, presents a brutal and hallucinatory version of war and its effects on people, while Chris Shinn's play Dying City offers a rich and subtle exploration of the Iraq war and the homefront.

    Murder Madness Mayhem

  • Sarah Kane's Blasted, which is currently playing in New York

    Murder Madness Mayhem

  • The first band who played was called Blasted Diplomats and was comprised of some employees of the record store.

    The Punk Vault

  • From there she found nervy roles and they found her: an explosive pro boxer in "Fighting Words," a stuttering, seizure prone South Londoner in Sarah Kane's "Blasted," and a stammering aphasic in Sam Shepherd's "A Lie of the Mind."

    Meeting Her Match

  • Leaving his friend’s house, he found himself wandering through a hellish world in which features of the familiar Santa Cruz landscape were conflated with visions of what he would later come to call the Blasted Land.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • So whereas at other schools, seasons will consist of a big musical and a Shakespeare [play], we got to do 'Blasted' by Sarah Kane, which the American Repertory Theater has been wanting to produce for years, but hasn't been able to because financially it doesn't seem feasible.

    The Harvard Crimson | All Articles

  • "Blasted," one of the most important New York premieres of the decade.

    NYT > Home Page

  • During the first act, the character played by Marin Ireland ( "Blasted") lights into her ex-boyfriend, played by Thomas Sadoski ( "Becky Shaw"), with a litany of all the things she believes are wrong with him.

    Modern Fabulousity

  • While her work here is completely different from her searing catatonia in "Blasted" last fall, the actress again holds nothing back.

    Variety.com

  • Costume designer Toni-Leslie James ( "Wig Out") and set designer David Korins ( "Why Torture Is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them") each received design nods for sustained excellence, while special citations went to creatives involved in Soho Rep's "Blasted" and Theater for a New Audience's "Hamlet."

    Variety.com

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