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an entertaining view of two fascinating, influential women, who, near the end, remain standing, still on the world scene, holding their handbags.
Playwright Bess Wohl tackles the challenge of how do you tell a compelling story about climate change and create human stakes in the face of something so vast
This adaptation of an early work by Kurt Vonnegut is a sardonic black tragi-comedy of not only one man but a society and humanity itself.
This is not classic comedy for the ages but you will have plenty of laughs for 90 minutes
Josephine: A Burlesque Cabaret Dream Play -last year's Fringe International Encore Series hit returns for a run at the SoHo Playhouse Read More/ast year's Fringe International Encore Series …
You gotta have heart and this little show has it despite plot and other problems . . .
this well-crafted production and its gifted performers bring an intriguing, though certainly unsettling tradition to the stage
The invaluable Encores! gives a brief new life to a Broadway flop musical enthusiasts loved. . .
-a fast-moving "mangia bene" ("eat well") of simple laughs and charm. Read More
- A fine cast delves into Sarah Ruhl's exploration of love and marriage.
Roger Miller's score remains catchy, William Hauptman's script is still packed with adventures and the feeling remains pure Americana.
Daniel MacIvor directs the American premiere of his play at Urban Stages
Colman Domingo's third play in its impressive Vineyard premiere . .
Brendan Gall's play is like a sensual ego-centric chess game in which the personal romances and infidelities of four friends blur into a maze of familiar film quotes, photo shots and daily r…
Jerry Mayer's witty salute to crossword puzzle fans .
a family friendly musical based on Robert Louis Stevenson's beloved story
Nathanial Hawthorne would be surprised to see his The Marble Faun, his tale of sin and its tragic effects, turned into a jaz musical-- as it has been by jazz singer and composer, Nancy Harro…
Aidan Mathews' end to beginning two acts are flavored with challenging similarities and recurrent themes linking one to the other
a truly personalized and certainly unique hour-long experience
a provocative portrait of one individual's battle against the establishment and an intriguing glimpse into the shadowy world of Vatican secrets
this spicy theatrical gumbo evokes all the gusto of Mardi Gras. But, alas, the production is incohesive . .
He was most appealing to us, and himself, wearing his masks and portraying blundering Inspector Clouseau, Chance the gardener, Dr Strangelove and the zany characters from The Goon Show
Edna O'Brien has captured a sad trio of characters, each with solitary desires, but she lightens the dreariness with appealing injections of humo
an affectionate, music and fun-filled portrayal. . .
a report on the annual winners-only awards show
Des Keogh delivers a probing interpretation Lord Alfred Douglas, best known for his infamous relationship with Oscar Wilde .
Neil Cuthbert's 30 years in the making laughter and heartbreak filled family memoir . .
Playwright Larry Mollin recognizes the contributions of Paul Clayton, friend and mentor of Bob Dylan from 1961 to 1965. .
It was called, "the wrong place for the right people," but it was a prime New York hot spot in the 1930's and '40's.
Godlight Theatre Company's creative translation of the National Book Award-winning novel and a popular, film holds the audience captive with tension and challenge
Catherine Butterfield's new comedy skims along with witty lightness over a thoughtful undertone.