Krista Mar is an activist, data scientist, and accidental theater critic. She is passionate about spreading the word about theater by BIPOC playwrights and decolonizing theater critique. She holds a bachelor of arts from Barnard College and a master’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley. You can find her posting shows she’s excited about and informal theater reviews on her Instagram at @krista.reveiws.
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Philly Fringe 2022: Matthew Armstead presents Song Bridge
A singer’s healing gift
This tender, interdisciplinary Cannonball Festival performance from Matthew Armstead explores the hopeful acts of healing from trauma, homophobia, and racism. Krista Mar reviews.
Azuka Theatre presents Inda Craig-Galván’s A Hit Dog Will Holler
The Philly premiere of A Hit Dog Will Holler, onstage at Azuka, contrasts the online and IRL realms of today’s social activists with a special lens on Black women in these spaces. Krista Mar reviews.
Arden Theatre Company presents E. B. White’s Charlotte’s Web
Back in the barn
The Arden restages its popular adaptation of E. B. White’s Charlotte’s Web with a new cast sure to delight audiences of all ages. Krista Mar reviews.