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‘Saint Joan of the Stockyards’ gives power to the people

Corrupt business, abject poverty, and punk rock fill the stage of TAP’s entertaining and powerful production of “St. Joan of the Stockyards,” playing at Roble Studio Theater through Sunday. An all-female cast adapts German playwright Bertolt Brecht’s 1931 play about capitalism, spirituality, and the masses, productively reminding us of the ways in which power, business,…

Theater review: “The Mammaries of Tiresias” shatters our patriarchal society

Womanhood, and every begrudging complication that comes with it, has never been portrayed in a more over-the-top, piercing, and unusual way than in “The Mammaries of Tiresias,” Women* in Theater’s latest production. The show is a truly unique experience, touching upon every corner of performance art. From dance to song to straight acting, each scene,…