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Thursday, November 27, 2014
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Stars sell tickets, and Hugh Jackman is one of the hottest stars around. In a departure from the song and dance roles to which audiences have become accustomed, Jackman stars in The River, an … more
Guests gathered around the dinner table are a typical theatrical device for Broadway plays. In Disgraced, the Pulitzer-Prize winning play by Ayad Akhtar, four different ethnicities comprising two … more
Every year, London's West End and our Broadway exchange exciting plays and musicals. This year, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, winner of seven Olivier Awards, including Best Play, … more
The Country House is a stew of elements. Take a dash of The Seagull (with an aging diva and her playwright son), add a handful of Uncle Vanya (with an older man bringing his younger attractive … more
Despite glowing reviews for the cast and play, the intimate Cort Theater seemed strangely empty when I saw This Is Our Youth the other night. Is it that the 20-somethings, the group the subject … more
When my eyes glazed over during the beginning of Act I of Theresa Rebeck’s latest work, Poor Behavior, I knew the play wasn’t working for me. Two characters, Ella and Ian, inebriated from … more
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