[REVIEW] Hartford Courant: The Bluest Eye

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Tragedy's Child Black Girl's Struggle Of Self In White World By DEBORAH HORNBLOW |Courant Staff Writer February 29, 2008 Some of Toni Morrison's finest literary characters are haunted souls, black women, men and children tormented by the horrors of slavery and racism and...

[GALLERY] THE BLUEST EYE

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[GALLERY] THE OLD MAN & THE SEA

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[GALLERY] SHIPWRECKED: AN ENTERTAINMENT!

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[GALLERY] SYLVIA

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[GALLERY] BAD DATES

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[GALLERY] AGNES UNDER THE BIG TOP

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[GALLERY] MACBETH[1969]

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[GALLERY] IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY

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[GALLERY] ITALIAN AMERICAN RECONCILIATION

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[GALLERY] WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT A PRESENTATION… @VG

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[GALLERY] UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL

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[GALLERY] LET ME DOWN EASY

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[GALLERY] THE LITTLE PRINCE

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[REVIEW] New Haven Advocate: Bad Dates

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Mystery Date Tuesday, March 03, 2009 By Christopher Arnott On its frothy surface, Theresa Rebeck's Bad Dates is a whimsical one-woman show about a successful yet unfulfilled career woman who's looking for love in all the wrong places — a Buddhist retreat,...

[REVIEW] NYT: Bad Dates

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This Long Wharf production manages to provide that rarest of good dates, a swell night at the theater.

[REVIEW] NYT: It’s A Wonderful Life

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George Bailey, in Living Color and on the Radio By ANITA GATES Dear devoted fans of a certain 1946 Frank Capra holiday movie: Relax. The holiday production at Long Wharf Theater has done absolutely no harm to the original. In fact, it has added...

[REVIEW] Hartford Arts Examiner: Macbeth[1969]

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"Macbeth 1969" examines psychological toll of war in Long Wharf premier By Andrew Beck, Hartford Arts Examiner "Though Birnam Wood be come to Dunsinane" once again in Eric Ting's Vietnam War influenced adaptation of Shakespeare' Scottish play, called "Macbeth (1969)" in...

[REVIEW] NYT: Sylvia

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And though people with crying tendencies will cry at the end, there is nothing sentimental about it... Considerable credit for this goes to Eric Ting’s bouncy but deliberately hard-edged direction.

[REVIEW] Variety: Agnes Under the Big Top

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Under the deft and fluid direction of helmer Eric Ting and a terrific ensemble, the connections this talented new writer have created come together and resonate in deeply moving and unexpected ways.

[REVIEW] NYT: The Old Man & The Sea

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...Comments with great dignity on a kettle-full of human emotions and experiences: regret; rationalization; pride and humiliation... It is also about the horror of watching everything you have worked so hard for fall apart, faster than you could have ever imagined.

[REVIEW] Variety: The Old Man & the Sea

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By FRANK RIZZO It's not just about the sharks eating the spoils from a fading fisherman's last great hurrah. It's about what happens to the old man himself after he returns to shore, how his surrogate son is affected and...

[REVIEW] NYT: Underneath the Lintel

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''Underneath the Lintel,'' smartly directed by Eric Ting, is anything but dryly historical or somber...

[REVIEW] Variety: Underneath the Lintel

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By FRANK RIZZO We soon realize, in this riveting Long Wharf production, that the simple search is more than it first appears, as it reveals a cosmic puzzle that makes "The Da Vinci Code" seem like a game of hide-and-seek....

[REVIEW] New Haven Advocate: The Bluest Eye

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Director Eric Ting's talent here is in making sure the play visually mirrors the spiritualized, abstract excitement of Morrison's prose.

[REVIEW] NYT: The Bluest Eye

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A Girl Lost in a Chasm of Race By SYLVIANE GOLD Even in today’s America, where a black man stands at the portal to the presidency, the cultural power we accord blond hair and blue eyes is astonishing. So who can...

[REVIEW] New Yorker: We Are Proud to Present…

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From “Down but not defeated: Four views from the margins.” NEW YORKER. 16 April 2012. By Hilton Als. Too few women playwrights deal directly with politics in their work. Some may have bought into the cliché that women are better at...

[REVIEW] NYT: Agnes Under the Big Top

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Eric Ting, Long Wharf’s associate artistic director, has directed this ambitious, layered play without slighting either Ms. Kapil’s astringency or her flights of fancy. The production trundles along the slick track of her prose like a rush-hour express...

[REVIEW] NYT: Italian American Reconciliation

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With the help of Eric Ting’s direction, they make Mr. Shanley’s dialogue seem effortless, natural and working-class poetic.

[REVIEW] TimeOut NY: We Are Proud to Present… @ Soho Rep

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Director Eric Ting and the company turn history into Schoolhouse Rock for the genocidally aware.

[GALLERY] MIRIAM

Performer: Nora Chipaumire, BAM Fisher (Fishman Space), September 12, 2012 (Photo Credit: Julieta Cervantes)

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[GALLERY] WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT A PRESENTATION… @SOHOREP

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[GALLERY] JANUARY JOINER

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[GALLERY] CLYBOURNE PARK

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By Bruce Norris
Directed by Eric Ting
Long Wharf Theatre May 8 - June 2, 2013
Set design: Frank Alberino
Costume Design: Linda Cho
Lighting Design: Tyler Micoleau

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[REVIEW] NYT: WE ARE PROUD @ SOHO REP

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Directed with an almost invisible hand by Eric Ting, the cast of “We Are Proud” ... undertake with impressive ease the rather tricky proposition of playing actors at work.

[REVIEW] NYT: MIRIAM

Performers: Nora Chipaumire and Okwui Okpokwasili

The Heart of Darkness To the Soul of Defiance By CLAUDIA LA ROCCO Like so many dances Nora Chipaumire’s “Miriam” begins in darkness, so that you hear the actions onstage before you see them. Viewers dutifully sit, letting these aural mysteries wash over...

[REVIEW] CT.COM: January Joiner

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January Joiner at the Long Wharf is a 'Weight-Loss Horror Comedy' With a Difference By Christopher Arnott "A Weight Loss Horror Comedy." By Laura Jacqmin. Directed by Eric Ting. Through February 10 at the Long Wharf Theatre, 222 Sargent Drive,...

[REVIEW] JOE’S VIEW: JANUARY JOINER

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‘January Joiner’: fat & thin, funny & scary at Long Wharf by:Joe Meyers The Connecticut theater year has gotten off to a great start with the world premiere production of Laura Jacqmin’s “January Joiner” at Long Wharf Theatre’s snug Stage...

[REVIEW] Theatremania.com: We Are Proud @ Soho Rep

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Under Eric Ting's nuanced direction, all six of the actors deliver committed performance...

[REVIEW] New Haven Register: Clybourne Park

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By Bruce Norris
Directed by Eric Ting
Long Wharf Theatre May 8 - June 2, 2013
Set design: Frank Alberino
Costume Design: Linda Cho
Lighting Design: Tyler Micoleau

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Stellar ensemble makes for a smart 'Clybourne Park' at Long Wharf Theatre NEW HAVEN — Isn’t it comforting to know that we’re far more enlightened, civilized and tolerant than our relatives from previous generations? That Political Correctness has rendered the...

[REVIEW] Hartford Courant: Clybourne Park

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By Bruce Norris
Directed by Eric Ting
Long Wharf Theatre May 8 - June 2, 2013
Set design: Frank Alberino
Costume Design: Linda Cho
Lighting Design: Tyler Micoleau

Photo © T Charles Erickson
tcepix@comcast.net
http://tcharleserickson.photoshelter.com

Being Neighborly — And Not — In 'Clybourne Park' The show: "Clybourne Park" at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven. First impressions: A lot of words are spoken by the anxious, irritable, broken, disconnected, invisible and isolated characters in this...

[REVIEW] Boston Globe: Let Me Down Easy

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Smith does, more than once, find instances of grace that can take your breath away.