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At the Bogata Events Center, in Atlantic City, on the last stop of the Transmogrify Tour 2017, master guitarist Carlos Santana reminded the sold-out audience, … more
What better way to spend a glorious, moonlit mid-summer’s evening than at The Delacorte Theater in Central Park watching one of Shakespeare’s lightest comedies, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. A … more
Review by Elyse Trevers Even reviewers are influenced by reviews. So upon hearing about some of the reactions to the recent British import of George Orwell’s “1984,” I must admit that I … more
Widowhood is rarely treated as a comedic subject, yet for almost 80 minutes, the audience is laughing and smiling at Curvy Widow, the new musical at the Westside … more
America is a nation of immigrants. All ethnic groups and nationalities can trace their pathway and contributions to this country. At the Museum of Jewish Heritage, The National Yiddish Theater … more
We complain about politicians, government corruption and collusion and applaud when the offenders are caught and penalized. The Red Bull Theater’s production of The … more
Review by Elyse Trevers The dynamics of a family change dramatically when the caregiver suddenly needs care. That is what happens in Scott McPherson’s Marvin’s Room, the 1990 play that has … more
Students who attend Hogwarts School, the school that the famous Harry Potter attended, must be assigned to one of four houses by the sorting hat. Inevitably the houses … more
Woody Guthrie’s song “This Land is Your Land,” has become as much of an American national anthem as “The Star-Spangled Banner,” yet upon watching Woody Sez, … more
‘Julius Caesar’ Shakespeare in the Park Review by Elyse Trevers I wish I could have seen The Public Theatre’s production of Julius Caesar twice, once without all the external political … more
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