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Theater Review: ‘Fiddler on the Roof’
NEW YORK—It was a decision of genius for The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene to transfer this production of ...
March 24, 2019
Theater Review: ‘The Shadow of a Gunman’
NEW YORK—Set in Dublin in 1920 during the height of the Irish War of Independence between the British ...
March 9, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Maverick’
NEW YORK—Video producer Frank Beacham has based his play “Maverick" on experiences he had with the late Orson ...
February 25, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Maestro’
NEW YORK—Legendary Italian orchestra conductor Arturo Toscanini (1867–1957) was arguably one of the most seminal figures in 20th-century ...
January 29, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Noura’
NEW YORK—Actor and playwright Heather Raffo has created an Iraqi family that has come to New York and ...
January 1, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Two by Friel’
NEW YORK—Irish Repertory Theatre’s director Conor Bagley linked together two darkly romantic plays by the late, wonderful writer ...
December 19, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Wild Goose Dreams’
NEW YORK—Both surreal and sometimes cartoon-like, Hansol Jung's new play, co-produced by New York's Public Theater and La ...
December 9, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Ordinary Days’
NEW YORK—"Ordinary Days," fittingly classified as a chamber musical, with music and lyrics by Adam Gwon, was first ...
November 6, 2018
Theater Review: ‘The Winning Side’
NEW YORK—"The Winning Side," a thought-provoking new play by James Wallert discusses major aspects of the life of ...
November 1, 2018
Theater Reviews: ‘I Hear You and Rejoice’ and ‘The Man in the Woman’s Shoes’
NEW YORK—The dazzling performer and playwright Mikel Murfi portrays an extraordinary assortment of people (and animals) in "I ...
September 25, 2018
Theater Review: ‘The Naturalists’
NEW YORK—The Pond Theatre Company, an American home for emerging British and Irish playwrights, is presenting the world ...
September 16, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Days to Come’
NEW YORK—Following Lillian Hellman's first major hit on Broadway, "The Children's Hour," came the overly heavy, melodramatic offering ...
September 4, 2018
MOMIX Returns to New York
NEW YORK—The unique theatrical dance-acrobatic company MOMIX is paying a long-overdue visit to New York, after many years' ...
July 30, 2018
Theater Review: ‘On a Clear Day You Can See Forever’
NEW YORK—Musicals may or may not have much to do with real life, and "On a Clear Day ...
July 27, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Peace for Mary Frances’
NEW YORK—After being introduced to this dysfunctional family, one wonders if there will ever be peace for Mary ...
July 1, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’
BROOKLYN, N.Y.—"Long Day's Journey Into Night" is considered by many to be one of Eugene O'Neill's finest plays, ...
May 21, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Daybreak’
NEW YORK—Produced by Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, “Daybreak,” in its world premiere by playwright Joyce Van Dyke, has ...
May 7, 2018
Theater Review: ‘King Lear’
BROOKLYN, N.Y.—London's Royal Shakespeare Company has brought to the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) its fine production of ...
April 27, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Children of a Lesser God’
Although not a perfect production, "Children of a Lesser God" has an aura of sweetness and a gentle ...
April 22, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Yerma’
NEW YORK—Based on the great Spanish poet and playwright Federico Garcia Lorca's "Yerma," Simon Stone's version has brought ...
April 10, 2018
Theater Review: Three Small Irish Masterpieces
NEW YORK—No need to leave Manhattan to find a true slice of Irish culture, from blarney to soaring ...
April 3, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Admissions’
Joshua Harmon's "Admissions" covers a lot of ground: political correctness, discrimination and the reverse of it, white privilege, ...
March 19, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Jericho’
NEW YORK—Interest in the play "Liliom," written by Hungarian playwright Ferenc Molnar in the early1900s, has persisted over ...
February 3, 2018
Theater Review: ‘The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign’
The subtext of “The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign” is permeated with abuse against women, mirroring ...
January 21, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Twelfth Night, or What You Will’
NEW YORK—Fiasco Theater has taken up residence at the Classic Stage Company to produce what many consider to ...
December 18, 2017
Theater Review: ‘Pride and Prejudice’
NEW YORK— Adapted from Jane Austen's noted novel of the same name, actor/playwright Kate Hamill's version of "Pride ...
December 17, 2017
‘George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker’
NEW YORK—When seated in Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater and then hearing the opening strains of Peter ...
December 16, 2017
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