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Thursday, Jun 11, 2015

Review: Rajiv Joseph's "Guards at the Taj"

Review: Rajiv Joseph's "Guards at the Taj"

Two Imperial soldiers are forced to perform an act of violence in a challenging and graphic new play by the author of "Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo."

Tuesday, Mar 5, 2013

Vineyard Theatre Opens "The North Pool"

Vineyard Theatre Opens "The North Pool"

Rajiv Joseph's two-character drama pits a splintering school administrator against an overprivileged Middle Eastern transfer student

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