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2015 | 2012

3 items from 2015


Theater Review: The Heart-Tugging of Invisible Thread

2 December 2015 7:02 PM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

There is no such thing as a wholly true play. The nature of the theater distorts reality, finding all sorts of holes in the historical record and inexorably filling them in. (Actors have to do something between their lines.) When the play is merely “based on” truth, the difficulties multiply, and a matter of degree becomes a matter of kind. The compelling new musical Invisible Thread is “inspired by true events” — so a projection tells us; Griffin Matthews, its protagonist and leading actor and co-author, goes further, announcing in the show’s first moment that this is, in fact, his story. Well, no. It may, in part, be his, but it is also, for better and worse, a lot of people’s; there are seven other named characters plus an ensemble onstage, and several collaborators, including the not-exactly-recessive director Diane Paulus, hovering behind it. All of them clamor for their »

- Jesse Green

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‘Invisible Thread’ Theater Review: Musical’s Uganda Is Far From ‘Book of Mormon’

2 December 2015 7:00 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Compelling gay characters make a much-needed comeback on the New York stage this month. Matt Gould and Griffin Matthews have turned their real-life romance into a very different kind of musical, “Invisible Thread,” which opened Wednesday at the Second Stage Theatre. At last, a show in which there are no affluent gay married men sitting around talking to their overly waxed navels! On the contrary, Matthews left New York City in 2005 to make humanitarian visits to Uganda, where he founded an education fund called the Uganda Project. That inspiring backstory led to “Invisible Thread,” which sounds like but is not “The. »

- Robert Hofler

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New Law And Order Svu Season 16,Episode 14 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By NBC

4 February 2015 12:39 PM, PST | OnTheFlix | See recent OnTheFlix news »

Recently, NBC delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Law And Order: Svu" episode 14 of season 16. The episode is entitled, "Intimidation Game," and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty intense stuff go down when a huge crime scene develops at a video game convention, and more! In the new,14th episode press release: The virtual world is going to become reality when a video game convention turns into a crime scene. Press release number 2: Video game developer ,Raina Punjabi (guest star Mouzam Makkar), is going to solidify the launch of her first game amid a stream of online insults, intimidation and death threats from the male-dominated gaming community. When a female employee is assaulted at a gamer convention, Detective Tutuola (Ice-t) is going to investigate the crime but Raina will refuse to delay the launch, and the cops will have to "level up" to protect her. »

- Andre Braddox

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