Author Archives: Sascha Just

The Last Uncharted Territory—an Evening with John Guare

“American history,” I recently heard George C. Wolfe, director of John Guare’s latest play A Free Man of Color, say, “is not a well-made play.”  Last Monday before an enthusiastic […]

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In the Blonde Room

Authored by Sascha Just Bourdieu and Deleuze’s ghosts sat in the wings during Simulation: Living the Simulacra, the last event of the seventh annual Prelude Festival of Contemporary New York […]

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New Russian Drama

“Nothing let’s you be yourself like water. You want to die? Go for a swim.” Strike aka punk-rocker-turned-playwright Yuri Klavdiev carries his name for good reason. He knows how to […]

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Young Russians in New York

Post-Soviet Drama is a thrill we do not get enough of in this part of the world. Fortunately, the Martin E. Segal Center, in collaboration with the Center for International […]

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