The Phosphorescent Blue's Review

The Punch Brothers’ long-awaited album The Phosphorescent Blues was released January 28th under the direction of T-Bone Burnett, producer of Coen Brother’ Inside Llewyn Davis soundtrack.  So far, it has superseded the expectations of both fans and critics. In response to the release, Joe Breen of the Irish Times gushed that, “Listening to the Punch Brothers is an exercise in wonder… Where did that come from? What’s that reference? Is that Debussy? Is that The Beach Boys? Is that bluegrass, blues, jazz, classical, rock? Who cares because that tune’s just beautiful.”  

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Edith Stein Review

Edith Stein is a hard show to pull off. Its protagonist is a fiery Jewish scholar who embarks on a harrowing journey of spiritual self-discovery. Its antagonist is a misogynistic Nazi sociopath whose only inclination seems to be self-advancement. For two hours, the characters search for spiritual peace against the backdrop of one of the most vile genocides in recent human history—the Holocaust.

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