Emily Alexandra Gordon

Emily Alexandra Gordon

Copywriter, editor, and journalist

I'm a versatile, meticulous, and spirited communicator, specializing in branded content, copywriting, and journalism. Preoccupations: politics and social issues, tech and design, books and culture.

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Broken glass theater review article
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{Theater review} Broken Glass

Arthur Miller’s late work, regarding the American reaction to the rise of the Third Reich, receives a blistering revival at Redtwist.

Blackademics theater review article
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{Theater review} Blackademics

Idris Goodwin’s new work makes scholarly talk of inequalities manifest.

Potted potter summarizes seven harry potter books in 70 minutes article
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{Theater review} Potted Potter

Two ordinary guys, albeit guys with an above-average love of pratfalls and silly hats, re-create all seven Harry Potter books in little more than an hour.

We are wyld stallyns theater review article
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{Theater review} We Are Wyld Stallyns

Goofball headbangers Bill and Ted return as grown-ups in this late-night stage show.

Tom jones theater review article
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{Theater review} Tom Jones

David Hammond’s adaptation of Henry Fielding’s sprawling novel is wry and witty but ultimately wearying.

The american plan theater review article
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{Theater review} The American Plan

Nick Horst dazzles in Richard Greenberg’s complex Catskills tale.

Alice's adventures under ground theater review article
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{Theater review} Alice's Adventures Under Ground

Christopher Hampton’s fascinating 1994 take on Lewis Carroll’s work gets a terrific Chicago premiere.

Comm 80s a theater review article
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{Theater review} Comm-80s-a

Archetypes meet stereotypes in a semi-improvised mash-up of commedia and John Hughes.

The sound of music article
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{Theater review} The Sound of Music

A fantastic cast brings the hills to life in Rachel Rockwell’s confident Rodgers and Hammerstein revival.

My asian mom theater review article
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{Theater review} My Asian Mom

Asian-American authors reflect on their relationships with their mothers in this new collection of short plays.

Incendiary theater review article
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{Theater review} Incendiary

A star-crossed romance heats up in Adam Szymkowicz's flame-kissed noir comedy.

Bodies theater review article
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{Theater review} Bodies

Carla Stillwell’s rich new play raises vital questions about family, church and community.

You never can tell theater review article
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{Theater review} You Never Can Tell

Remy Bumppo serves up a winning revival of George Bernard Shaw’s sparkling comedy.

The life of death theater review article
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{Theater review} The Life of Death

Casey Cunningham captivates in a tense, dread-filled adaptation of Clive Barker’s short story.

The maids emily gordon review article
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{Theater review} The Maids

Genet’s 1947 work shows its age, but Oracle’s production remains hypnotic.