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Thursday, April 25, 2024

‘Mother Play’ Review: Jessica Lange Is an Unhinged Delight in Dysfunctional Family Drama on Broadway by Aramide Tinubu

There is no handbook on motherhood, but most people try their best when it comes to childrearing. Today, amid increasingly accessible resources and freedoms that weren’t afforded in the p…

SOURCE: Variety at 09:30PM
Tuesday, April 23, 2024

‘Mary Jane’ Review: Rachel McAdams Makes a Solid Broadway Debut Depicting the Sacrifice of Motherhood by Aramide Tinubu

Parenting inspires varying schools of thought. While some relish the tasks of caretaking, others speak candidly about the hardships of child-rearing, sharing the true realities of motherhood…

SOURCE: Variety at 09:00PM
Thursday, March 7, 2024

‘Doubt: A Parable’ Review: Liev Schreiber’s Performance Cuts Through a Somber and Confining Single Act by Aramide Tinubu

Unfortunately, no one makes it to adulthood without forming a series of preconceived notions. These points of view often determine how we judge certain people and observe various circumstanc…

SOURCE: Variety at 10:00PM
Monday, December 18, 2023

‘Appropriate’ Review: Sarah Paulson and Corey Stoll Are Vicious and Dynamic in a Haunting Broadway Family Drama by Aramide Tinubu

Death is cruel to the living. Mourning and memories often bring out a viciousness in those left behind. Hidden secrets and things left unsaid usually come spilling forth, fueled by the rage …

SOURCE: Variety at 10:00PM
Sunday, November 19, 2023

‘Hell’s Kitchen’ Review: Alicia Keys Soundtracks a Powerhouse Cast in Vibrant Off Broadway Depiction of Teen Girlhood by Aramide Tinubu

“Hell’s Kitchen,” playwright Kristoffer Diaz’s new musical with songs by Alicia Keys, begins at a dinner table. 17-year-old Ali (a magnetic Maleah Joi Moon, making her professional d…

SOURCE: Variety at 09:30PM
Tuesday, November 14, 2023

‘Danny and the Deep Blue Sea’ Review: Aubrey Plaza and Christopher Abbott Are an Explosion of Emotional Havoc in a Disturbing Off-Broadway Revival by Aramide Tinubu

John Patrick Shanley’s 1983 play “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea” is disturbing. Directed by Jeff Ward, the play opens in a bar. Not a glossy glass-encased saloon that has become a staple…

SOURCE: Variety at 08:00AM

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