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Theater Review: ‘A Sherlock Carol’: It’s Never Too Late to Change
NEW YORK —The fictional worlds of Charles Dickens and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle lovingly collide in playwright Mark Shanahan’s not-at-all humbug, "A Sherlock Carol" at New World Stages. This delightful mash-up features ...
December 10, 2022
Theater Review: ‘The Kite Runner’: Coming to Terms With the Past
NEW YORK—"There is a way to be good again" is the most telling phrase uttered during the Broadway ...
August 3, 2022
Theater Review: ‘Prayer for the French Republic:’ To Stay or to Go?
NEW YORK—Is there anywhere in the world that's truly safe? This is the question at the heart of ...
February 23, 2022
Theater Review: ‘The Alchemist’
NEW YORK—Red Bull Theater puts the axiom that people get exactly what they deserve squarely in their sights ...
December 10, 2021
Theater Review: The ‘Gazillion Bubble Show’: Childlike Delight for All Ages
NEW YORK—No matter how old you may be, there's something magical in touching a floating bubble and then ...
December 1, 2021
Theater Review: ‘Autumn Royal’: The Caretakers’ Dilemma
NEW YORK—In a very modest dwelling in Cork City, Ireland, two 30-somethng siblings wrestle with a long-standing problem: ...
November 16, 2021
Theater Review: ‘A Recipe for Disaster’
CHICAGO—For regular theatergoers, Windy City Playhouse’s aptly named “A Recipe for Disaster” may not be what they’re accustomed ...
October 23, 2021
Theater Review: ‘John Cullum: An Accidental Star’: A Short Glance at a Long, Happy Career
For someone who has been acting in plays since he "was knee-high to a grasshopper," the 91 years-young ...
April 11, 2021
Online Theater Review: ‘Meet Me in St. Louis’: A Holiday Special in Song and on Screen
Get set for a terrific two-hour virtual production on YouTube. The scene is a middle-class home in St. ...
December 21, 2020
Theater Review: ‘Feathers of Fire: A Persian Epic’
“Feathers of Fire: A Persian Epic” is like a Disney fairy tale. It’s such an engrossing cinematic spectacle—exhilarating ...
June 10, 2020
Online-Theater Review: ‘Cymbeline: A Folk Tale With Music’
One of Shakespeare’s last plays, “Cymbeline” is considered to be one of his more problematic works. That’s because ...
May 30, 2020
Theater Reviews: ‘Chekhov/Tolstoy Love Stories’: Adaptations From Two Russian Greats
NEW YORK—Can short stories morph into theatrical entities? British playwright and actor Miles Malleson has theatricalized two short ...
February 15, 2020
Theater Review: ‘Paradise Lost’: We Would Have Lost Paradise Too
NEW YORK—From the opening exchange between Satan and Beelzebub, Tom Dulack’s script captivates. Dulack’s take on “Paradise Lost” ...
February 11, 2020
Theater Review: ‘Das Barbecü’: Wagner, Southern style
NEW YORK—The great thing about a classic is how, in the right hands, it can be transformed into something ...
January 30, 2020
Theater Review: ‘My Name Is Lucy Barton’
NEW YORK—Each of us has links to our past, no matter how we may try to deny them. ...
January 27, 2020
Theater Review: ‘The Scourge’
NEW YORK—Irish Repertory Theatre's downstairs W. Scott McLucas Studio Theatre is now presenting a unique offering: It is ...
January 27, 2020
Theater Review: ‘London Assurance’: A Slow Build in This 19th-Century Farce
NEW YORK—The sin of pride leads to more than a few comeuppances in Dion Boucicault's 19th-century farce "London ...
January 16, 2020
Theater Review: ‘Sing Street’
NEW YORK—Few shows start off with as much promise as the new off-Broadway musical "Sing Street," at New ...
January 8, 2020
Theater Review: ‘Judgment Day’: A Collision Between Guilt and Innocence
NEW YORK—The cavernous Wade Thompson Drill Hall of the Park Avenue Armory presently houses "Judgment Day," written by ...
January 6, 2020
Theater Review: ‘Harry Townsend’s Last Stand’
NEW YORK—Len Cariou gives a virtuoso performance as a man determined to live his life on his own ...
December 31, 2019
Theater Review: ‘The Enigmatist’: Give Your Brain a Workout!
NEW YORK—More often than not, the answer to solving a riddle is staring you right in the face. ...
December 22, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Seared’: A Literal Taste Test
NEW YORK—Theresa Rebeck's delicious new comedy has the audience sniffing actual cooking odors, as temperamental genius chef Harry ...
December 16, 2019
Theater Review: ‘A Christmas Carol’
NEW YORK—People love the idea of second chances, which goes a long way in explaining the staying power ...
December 4, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Oedipus Rex’ at Chicago’s Court Theatre
CHICAGO—Any time a theater produces a classic that ultimately says, when we confront social ills, that we should ...
November 22, 2019
Theater Review: ‘The White Chip’
NEW YORK—When you’re in a downward alcoholic spiral, it's only a matter of time before you hit rock ...
October 15, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Kingfishers Catch Fire’
NEW YORK—Playwright Robin Glendinning was inspired to write the provocative “Kingfishers Catch Fire” by a visit a few ...
October 8, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Two’s a Crowd’
NEW YORK—It’s not what you've done in life that matters, but what you haven't done. And thinking about ...
July 29, 2019
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Senate Passes Debt Ceiling Bill, Ending Threat of Default
Australia’s Most Decorated War Hero Loses Defamation Battle in Court
US Granted $1.3 Billion to Chinese, Russian Groups
Pentagon Cancels Drag Show on Air Force Base Amid Pressure From Congress
Minors Banned From Attending Orlando Furry Convention Under New Florida Law
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Bragg Moves to Block Trump’s Request to Move ‘Hush Money’ Case to Federal Court
Peter Boghossian: Hiding People From Truth Does Not Protect Them—Academic Institutions, DEI Bureaucracies, and Ideological Capture
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Trump’s Lawyers Seek Recusal of Judge in NY Criminal Case