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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
The same traditions that connect us to our past can limit us in the present. In rural Afghanistan, wealthy men still practice the ancient custom of bacha baz, where men purchase poor boys from their … more
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