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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
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
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
Some of my favorite theater moments have been when things went wrong onstage, but the actors never skipped a beat. There was the picture that fell off the wall and the actor who noted, … 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
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
Lynn Nottage was prescient when she began work in 2011 interviewing residents in Reading, Pennsylvania, where there was 40 percent unemployment. Her interviews led to her Pulitzer-prize winning play, … 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
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
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
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