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Review of Little Shop of Horrors at the Westside Theatre/Upstairs
Review of "Forbidden Broadway" at the Triad
A review of "The Sound Inside" at Studio 54
review of The Rose Tattoo at Roundabout
Review of musical "Chasing Rainbows: The Road to Oz" at Paper Mill Playhouse'
A review of "Slave Play" at Golden Theatre
Review of "Dublin Carol" at the Irish Repertory Theater
review of runboyrun and In Old Age at NY Theatre Workshop
Ben Jacoby & S K Harris
To give its writer William Shakespeare his due: The title of Shakespeare’s comedy takes a lot for granted. With the ageless displays of invention and h…
Playwright Rohina Malik has deployed elements of nearly every dramatic genre for her impassioned play “Yasmina’s Necklace.” From sitcom to agitprop, from farce to soap opera and from r…
Stunning Broadway Revival of 1980 Pinter play
Review of 2008 Dublin Fringe winner "Little Gem" at Irish Rep.
Jennifer Ellis and Bryant Martin“The Bridges of Madison County” may be the most purely romantic musical of our times. As re-envisioned by book writer Marsha Norman (‘night, Mother”) …
Review of Toni Stone
Review of play Christopher Shinn
Gorgeous production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast
Alcott novel gets feminist touch
This new Broadway revival has two
extraordinary actors simply having a good time romp
Signature Theatre revival of Sam Shepard's ground-breaking 1978 play
York Theatre Company revival of "Enter Laughing."
Donnell E. Smith as Bowzie.
Although I previously saw this award-winning (2017 Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award) play a year ago in New York, it made a lasting impression on me, one that ma…
Maryann Plunkett, Sarah Street and Ed Malone Photo credit: Carol RoseggIt would be very easy to be under the delusion that I was not, in fact, at the Irish Repertory Theater in NYC but ra…
A review of musical stage version of 1993 film
A review of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" at the Roundabout Theater
Tracy Letts and Annette Bening (photo credit: Joan Marcus)
What irony there is having productions of Arthur Miller’s excellent emotions-extracting drama “All My Sons” emerge with a…
Review of Lanford Wilson's "Burn This" on Broadway
Ruth Wilson and Glenda Jackson (photo credit: Brigitte Lacombe)
It is to be expected that a seasoned critic would have seen William Shakespeare’s “King Lear” more than once, perhaps…
Review of play at Vineyard Theater
hilarious/often chilling play that moves gainfully from silly to serious to surreal
review of "ain't too proud"
Maryann Plunkett and Ciaran O'Reilly (photo credit: Carol Rosegg) What Sean O’Casey’s political tragicomedy “Juno and the Paycock” lacks in plot, it makes up for in characterizatio…