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New York Times: Ulysses as an American Slave - ‘Father Comes Home From the Wars,’ by Suzan-Lori Parks, at the Public Theater

By turns philosophical and playful, lyrical and earthy, Suzan-Lori Parks’s new play, “Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3),” swoops, leaps, dives and soars across three endlessly stimulating hours, reimagining a turbulent turning point in American history through a cockeyed contemporary lens.

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Wicked Local: Step right in - OBERON's dynamic shows attract younger audiences to live theater

“It’s possible to see something that is raw and rough, but amazing,” she says. “Artists are given the chance to take chances and be fearless. The theater artists at ART know they got here by having had the chance to take risks earlier in their careers. We want to create that opportunity for others. Theater artists need places where they can take risks.”

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Wall Street Journal: Diane Paulus Has Seen the Future of Theater
The artistic director of the American Repertory Theater thinks theater should be more like a rock concert.

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Globe Insiders: A conversation with Diane Paulus