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Sometimes it only takes two performers to send a powerful message. Set some time in the future, Building The Wall presents a dire warning about the future of the … more
Review by Elyse Trevers After watching the spirited musical version of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, I began to wonder if author Roald Dahl actually liked children. As … more
A Review by Elyse TreversThe theory is that everyone is connected to everyone else through a maximum of six people. I know someone who knows someone who knows Barack Obama or Emmanuel Macon, the … more
Billy Joel? Rolling Stones? Metallica? It felt like a typical rock concert with the audience up on its feet cheering wildly. The only thing missing was cigarette lighters and cell-phone lights waving … more
The door closing was a “shot heard round the world.” Audiences were shocked as Nora Helmer leaves her husband and children in Ibsen’s classic, A Doll’s House … more
Anastasia, a new musical, with music by Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens, is based on the 1956 movie starring Yul Brynner and Ingrid Bergman. The story tells of a young girl with amnesia who might be … more
Is there really such a thing as deja vu? What if you had to relive one day over and over again forever? That’s the plight of Phil Connors, a sarcastic urban … more
Pulitzer-prize winning playwright Paula Vogel has finally made it to Broadway. After a sold-out, acclaimed run at The Vineyard, her play Indecent has opened at The Cort … more
Far too often, a woman’s role in a play is either that of villainess or victim. The new revival of Lillian Hellman’s ‘The Little Foxes’ features two meaty women’s roles, one of each. Two of … more
Perseus Jackson is a demi-god, half-mortal, half-god, but he doesn’t know it. When he finally learns his true parentage, born to a mortal mother (Carrie Compere) and … more
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