Review: 'We Play For the Gods' is a wry comedy

June 14, 2012 • Entertainment

This photo released by The Bruce Cohen Group shows, from left, Alexandra Henrikson, Erika Rolfsrud and Annie Golden, in a scene from Women’s Project Theater’s new comedy, “We Play For The Gods,” performing off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre in New York. (AP Photo/Bruce Cohen Group, Chasi Annexy)

NEW YORK (AP) — In case you’re a creative type hoping to be visited by your muse, you’d better hope she’s not like Provocatrix, the mischievous character who uses her powers to cause chaos in the new workplace satire “We Play For The Gods.”

The Women’s Project Theater collaboratively created the wry comedy, now performing off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre. It’s full of laughs, and makes good points about being kinder to people and respectful of Mother Nature, but Login to read more

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