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Harvard sophomore in ‘Burn All Night’ doesn’t have to choose.
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The Bitter Game is a strong reminder that live theatre is a powerful tool for invoking larger conversations and like life, theatre can be more when you don’t just passively participate.
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I was tired when I walked in and fired up when I left. The show is propelled by ingenious direction and up to the minute choreography.
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Though an escape, “Burn All Night” is a very of-the-moment piece. The most vivid parallels exist between our imploding political situation and uncertain environmental future and the apocalyptic tune of the show.
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“This is a very personal story and it is an honor and a privilege to share it with the public. I hope audiences will come away with a deeper understanding of Andy Warhol and Truman Capote as people,” Rob Roth says.
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On September 7 at the American Repertory Theater, Mr. Roth unveils “WARHOLCAPOTE,” a two-man show a decade in the writing. Its words were culled from 80 hours of taped conversation between Warhol and the writer Truman Capote, buddies late in life.
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There's much fun to be had in its current iteration, which has catchy, pop-synthed songs beautifully sung by the company and a staging that can't help but bring the audience into the action.
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Powered by an upbeat synthpop score that features a few numbers that sound like they were snatched from 80’s teen movies like “Weird Science” or cult favorite “Better Off Dead”, “Burn All Night” rocks out pretty well overall.
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Porkalob fizzes with charisma—her physical comedy is exacting and intuitive, her multicolored voice slides easily from jazz to legit musical theatre.
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They set out to tell a story about a bunch of young New Yorkers, anxious about a potential apocalypse, but partying and coupling in the shadow of impending doom. So, why not tell the story in the setting of a dance club, using the kind of music that the kids would dance to in such a club.
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