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May 18, 2023 · At a time when tensions rise high and we come face to face with our big, little, and everyday fears, it's helpful to have that reminder every now and then. About David Finkle. The performance features Grey Henson, Ashley.

Apr 28, 2023 · May 04, 2023. From the prolific visionary behind Traffic , Behind the Candelabra, and Magic Mike , Steven Soderbergh presents Emma Sheanshang’s THE FEARS, a wildly funny reminder how,.

Running time: 1 hour 35 minutes.

May 18, 2023 · At a time when tensions rise high and we come face to face with our big, little, and everyday fears, it's helpful to have that reminder every now and then.

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May 19, 2023 · The Fears takes place in a Buddhist center in New York City, where Maia (Maddie Corman) facilitates a group for people who have survived extraordinary trauma. .

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. From the prolific visionary behind Traffic , Behind the Candelabra, and Magic Mike , Steven Soderbergh presents Emma Sheanshang’s THE FEARS, a wildly funny reminder how, sometimes when facing the abyss, the only place to turn is to one another. Herndon, a national political correspondent for The Times and the.

. . May 19, 2023 · The Fears Through July 9 at the Signature Theater, Manhattan; thefearsplay. . Running time: 1 hour 35 minutes. .

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Edited by Ben Calhoun and Paige Cowett. China’s semiconductor industry fears Japanese curbs on exports of crucial chipmaking equipment will be so broad that they risk hitting its production of lower-grade.

The Fears Signature Theater Center through July 9, 2023 Running time: 95 minutes with no intermission Tickets: $66-$160 Written by Emma Sheanshang Directed by Dan Algrant.

The Fears Through July 9 at the Signature Theater, Manhattan; thefearsplay.

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