I’m probably the only theater maven who hadn’t seen “Evita” until I recently attended San Francisco Playhouse’s outstanding production of…
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A concise and captivating two-hander about workplace dynamics from Tim Marriott, “Appraisal” played at the Brits Off-Broadway Festival at 59E59,…
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Taking inspiration from John Steinbeck’s 1939 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “The Grapes of Wrath,” playwright Octavio Solis imagines the last present-day descendants…
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Here is the challenge: Is it possible for a self-described “mass of undesirable, unlovable, unemployable, unacceptable fat, Black homosexual molecules…
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A man with power must choose between hewing to the letter of the law or doing whatever it takes to…
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There are fine shows, and there are good shows and there are shows that are just beyond. Fat Ham is…
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“The Who’s Tommy” opened this spring at the Nederlander Theater in NYC in its first Broadway revival since the landmark…
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It’s 2021 and siblings Henry and Mariana are doing what all of us were doing that year: Living through the…
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Your next satisfying belly laugh awaits at New Village Arts Theatre courtesy of a pitch-perfect production of the comedy “The…
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With “Still,” Colt Coeur, the Brooklyn based theater collective, brings its newest production to Manhattan’s DR2 Theater.  A two-hander, written…
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