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Review of "Anything Can Happen in the Theater..." at the York Theatre Company
review of Fires in the Mirror at Signature Theatre
review of new musical with two performers at the Duke on 42nd Street.
Review of Richard Nelson's play at the Public Theater
Review of new musical opening new performing arts center in New Brunswick
Review of "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" at Princeton's McCarter Theatre
Review of "Forbidden Broadway" at the Triad
A review of "The Sound Inside" at Studio 54
: If the title were not already taken by a much produced French classic, Tracy Letts might well have called his play about a middle-aged guy who hates everything and…
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
Lucy Prebble's new play exposes a political, murderous regime
Jamie Lloyd directs a compelling, minimalist take on Pinter's play with impressive Broadway debuts by Zawe Ashton, Charlie Cox, and Tom Hiddleston.
Jim Steinman's Bat Out of Hell: The Musical is a rock concert for rock lovers repelled by rock concerts.
Review of 2008 Dublin Fringe winner "Little Gem" at Irish Rep.
At a time when there's such turmoil at out borders and disagreement within, it takes a good deal of courage to pen a musical that takes a lighthearted look at immigrations. But Jamie Jackso…
Lest any theater-goers' eyes glaze over at the mention of geopolitics, be mindful that riveting drama is often ripped from the headlines. And Sylvia Khoury's new play is, make no mistake, a…
Review of Toni Stone
Review of play Christopher Shinn
Gorgeous production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast
an entertaining view of two fascinating, influential women, who, near the end, remain standing, still on the world scene, holding their handbags.
Alcott novel gets feminist touch
Daniel Sullivan has briskly staged this handsome prodcution with kudos to the entire first rate cast: KELLY AuCOIN, ANNIE PARISSE, LEE TERGESEN and ALEX WOLFF!
Carla Ching's meditation on growing up in America now in its New York premiere by the Atlantic Theater Company has heart and wisdom but should have gone further. . .
Hartford's artistic director Darko Tresnjak's farewell production obviously has its eye on Broadway
Playwright Bess Wohl tackles the challenge of how do you tell a compelling story about climate change and create human stakes in the face of something so vast
York Theatre Company revival of "Enter Laughing."
nberg's new melodrama presented by The New Group, Susan Sarandon is making a meal on an unappetizing character.