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The Homebound Project: Theater People Act to Help Feed Our Kids
COVID-19 has caused so much suffering to so many. One section of the needy population is children, who, now that school is closed, not getting enough to eat. Playwright Catya ...
May 7, 2020
Theater Review: ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’: A Farce Beyond Funny
Originally produced by London’s National Theatre of Great Britain back in 2012 and later brought to Broadway's Music ...
April 15, 2020
Theater Review: ‘Mr. Toole’: Passion, Disillusionment, and Tenacity
NEW YORK—Vivian Neuwirth's drama "Mr. Toole” is a fictionalized take on the real-life story of John Kennedy Toole ...
March 15, 2020
Theater Review: ‘Unknown Soldier’: Generations and Mysteries Unfold
NEW YORK—A young girl, Ellen (Zoe Glick), around 11 years old, enters and sings: "Sometimes you see a ...
March 11, 2020
Theater Review: ‘Coal Country’: Folksy, Poignant Telling of a Disaster
NEW YORK—Death statistics should not be simply filed and forgotten. What writers Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen set ...
March 4, 2020
Theater Review: ‘Lady G: Plays and Whisperings of Lady Gregory’
NEW YORK—Lady Augusta Gregory is a famous name in theater, but not much is generally known about her. ...
February 27, 2020
Theater Review: ‘The Sabbath Girl’: Finding That Special Person
NEW YORK— Can two people from completely different worlds find common ground? This is the underlying idea of ...
February 19, 2020
Theater Review: ‘One November Yankee’
NEW YORK—The old saying that blood is thicker than water is a point made quite clear in Joshua ...
December 17, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Cyrano’
NEW YORK—When the character of Roxanne (Jasmine Cephas Jones) bursts into song in the opening moments of the musical ...
December 9, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Little Shop of Horrors’
NEW YORK—Musical comedy and pathos walk hand in hand in "Little Shop of Horrors." Based on the 1960 ...
November 21, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Molly Sweeney’
NEW YORK—Just because something can be done, doesn’t mean it should be. Playwright Brian Friel makes clear this ...
November 2, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Katsura Sunshine’s Rakugo’
NEW YORK—Some years ago I had the pleasure and privilege of appearing in the classic Kabuki play "Kanjincho" ...
October 24, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Derren Brown: Secret’
NEW YORK—Any good magician can confound his or her audience. But orchestrating things so those attending are nothing ...
September 23, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Betrayal’
NEW YORK—By the end of the Broadway revival of Harold Pinter's 1978 play "Betrayal," there are no winners, ...
September 16, 2019
Theater Review: ‘We’re Only Alive for A Short Amount of Time’
NEW YORK—The need for freedom and sanctuary quickly becomes a running theme in David Cale's extremely personal one-person ...
July 1, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Little Women’
NEW YORK—A production by Primary Stages now at the Cherry Lane Theatre is perfect for an audience needing ...
June 18, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Julie Madly Deeply’
NEW YORK—One thing writer and performer Sarah-Louise Young makes clear at the outset of her show "Julie Madly ...
June 17, 2019
Theater Review: ‘The Plough and the Stars’
NEW YORK—The Irish Rep continues its important task of presenting the entire Sean O'Casey Dublin Trilogy, as it's ...
May 30, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Posting Letters to the Moon’
NEW YORK—In these days of email and social media, when one can dash off a few lines to ...
May 22, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Accidentally Brave’
NEW YORK—Actress Maddie Corman had it all—a nice husband of over 20 years; a lovely home in Dobbs ...
May 13, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Oklahoma!’
NEW YORK—The coolest new show on Broadway in 2019 is the revival of a 1943 musical. Social media ...
May 12, 2019
Theater Review: ‘All My Sons’
NEW YORK—That each of us has a moral duty to everyone else is a message at the center ...
May 9, 2019
Theater Review: ‘All Our Children’
NEW YORK—No one's life is worth more or less than any other's is a statement that's the central message ...
April 28, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Kiss Me, Kate’
NEW YORK—“Kiss Me, Kate,” one of the most beloved shows in the musical theater canon, makes a welcome ...
April 16, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Surely Goodness and Mercy’
NEW YORK—Set in Newark, New Jersey, Chisa Hutchinson's new play "Surely Goodness and Mercy," presented by the Keen ...
April 8, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Juno and the Paycock’
NEW YORK—"Juno and the Paycock," the second play in the Irish Rep's season of three major Sean O'Casey ...
April 2, 2019
Theater Review: ‘Vilna’
NEW YORK—Every choice a person makes is a test of his or her mettle. Yet when a choice ...
April 1, 2019
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House Republicans Request Interview With ICE Official on Decreased Deportations
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Theater Review: ‘West Side Story’: A Stunning Revival
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