Katie Pelletier

Recent Articles

Theater & Performance Apr 26 4:00 AM

Spiritrials Reveals the Reach of the War on Drugs

Dahlak Brathwaite Explores Racism in a Time of Mass Incarceration

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Arts Mar 8 4:00 AM

Sorry to Disrupt the Peace’s Hero Dysphoria

A Korean Adoptee Tries to Make (and Do) Good in Patty Cottrell’s Fearless, Tragicomic debut

Books Nov 30 4:00 AM

Randa Jarrar’s Geography of Taboo

Surprising, Beautiful Stories in Him, Me, Muhammad Ali

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Arts Nov 2 4:00 AM

Hir: Love, War, and Vomit

Challenging Gender Norms in Defunkt Theatre’s Gut-Wrenching Family Drama

Books Sep 28 4:00 AM

Gazing into The Dark Room

Susan Faludi Applies a Journalistic Lens to Her Father’s Gender Transition

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Arts Sep 14 4:00 AM

It’s Hard to Make it in Hollywood. It’s Harder if You Aren’t Human.

From an Orange is the New Black Writer, Trevor Is a Poignant, Funny Account of a Showbiz Chimp

Theater & Performance Aug 10 4:00 AM

The Maids: Existential Desperation with a Dash of Dark Humor

Genet’s Social Critique Is Still Relevant in Public Citizen Theatre’s Debut