Tag Archives: Jessica Schulte

Family Struggles With Autism In New City Players’ Falling

Underneath, Falling is not just about a family dealing with the complex challenge of living with an autistic adult. New City Player’s profoundly moving production seems to be as much about the scores of well-practiced routines, accommodations and coping mechanisms that make any loving relationship possible long-term.

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New City Players Paint Perfect Work Of ‘Art’ At Vanguard

In the lovely confines of The Vanguard, Yasmin Reza’s modern classic Art comes to life in New City Players’ finely curated production.

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New City Players’ Twelfth Night Is Midsummer Night’s Dream

Merriment is a word we don’t use much in the 21st Century, but that is the precise adjective to reflect the madcap abandon, tireless physical comedy and unflagging enthusiasm that makes a success of New City Players’ edition of Twelfth Night.

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