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Examining Some of Today’s Biggest Challenges Through the Lens of Greek Mythology

Although ‘Refugees’ may sound like an earnest, even preachy exercise on paper, Stephen Kaliski, wielding a deft mix of skepticism and whimsy, portrays both the issues at hand and the people divided over them as maddeningly complicated.

A view of ‘Refugees.’

A view of ‘Refugees.’ Kaylin Gess

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ELYSA GARDNER

Thursday, June 9, 2022

07:32:45 pm

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ELYSA GARDNER

Ms. Gardner has written about theater and music for The New York Times, The Village Voice, Town & Country, Time Out New York, Entertainment Weekly and other publications. She is a board member of the Drama Desk and has served on the jury for the Pulitzer Prize for drama twice, most recently as chair.

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