Hat Trick Theatre

Cities rise and fall, presidents are made and unmade, and still Hat Trick Theatre goes about its merry way, determined to matter in spite of little money, the most constricting of theater spaces, and audiences the size of a dinner party. Artistic director Joe Winskeye and company actors like Jack Holloway, April Bernard and Magali Naas have the hardiness of pioneers and the stubbornness of bulls: Nothing (critics included) can stop them from making theater their way. Hat Trick’s programming is both ambitious and eclectic: Last season saw classics like Waiting for Godot and Look Back in Anger juxtaposed with little-known works such as Israel Horovitz’s Line and Michael Green’s Plays for Coarse Actors. Whatever you thought of their productions, you had to admit: This company’s got pluck.

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