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f you ever have wondered about that monument that looms so majestically in New York harbor, this family friendly musical is a good starting point for learning some historical facts about the…
Shakespeare with a dash of Verdi and traditional Jewish Moroccan songs and the Center of Jewish History
-Although we follow 4 kings' individual journeys in this Henriad, the real protagonist here is the nation, and how it gains its identity. Shakespeare, if he were still alive, would likely gi…
this real slice of history that anybody over 10 can enjoy is deeply affecting, often witty, with some amazing tap dancing to punctuates this true story. .
The dubious DNA lurking in this play shouldn't prevent you from enjoying the Marque Theater Company's lively new production at the Irondale Center in Brooklyn
- Mark Rylance and Louis Jenkins surreal collaboration arrives in Brooklyn
Maybe death isn't a subject that you typically warm to in the heart of winter. But if you visit Greg Pierce's new play at Lincoln Center's Claire Tow Theater, you will discover that the Grim…
Something new to update something tried and true in Resonance double bill. .
The Very Hungry Caterpillar doesn't arrive on the scene til rather late in this show for the preschool set. But so many enchanting characters that precede him that they won't mind a bit.
Len Cariou interweaves Shakespeare's verse with the Great American Songbook, and seasons it with tidbits of theater lore culled from his own personal history on Broadway, and beyond
this is a Merchant that sings in a Sephardic key but can speak to everybody
Celebrating the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare's Death with a Dollop of Theater
The Donmar's condensed all-Female production initiate's St. Ann's new venue
The Mobile Shakespeare Unit is in its sixth season —and going strong.
a fast-paced marathon with an Irish accent . .
Edward Petherbridge succeeds here by performing, not the tradtional Lear, but an off-beat meditation on the ancient king. .
A surreal but fascinating first musical for the Claire Towe Theater
Edward Anthony's new multi-media play about Sylvia Plath's suicide is surprising funny and entertaining,
Bill Camp's Underground Man pushes Dostoevsky's anti-hero right into the You Tube era. . .
This dramatic political smorgasbord makes for a lengthy meal with much to chew on and digest
this solo adaptation of Shakespeare's classic isn't nearly as effective as the real thing . . .
a disappointing sequel to Girls Night: The Musical
a spunky bare bones production of Shakespeare's notoriously difficult play has fresh clarity and charm. .
Austin Pendleton is the best thing about this bare bones production of a minor Tennessee Williams play. .
Scratch beneath the ultural surface, and you will find that these two plays are joined at the hip by their feisty female protagonists, both named Nora
Although this extended riff on King Lear has some pithy philosophical moments and inventive staging it doesn't completely coalesce into a whole. . .
Another lively Mobile Shakespeare Unit production
a distilled and intense rendering of the tale famously filmed with Paul Newman in the title role
Fiasco's reworks Shakespeare's first romantic comedy as a zany caper
Red Bull's production of Ford's juicy drama hits the bull's eye . .