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Elyse Sommer on the pleasures and pitfalls of our current couch potato lives
A fascinated, richly illustrated docudrama about the lives of two of the silver
screen's legendary sisters
a 40-minute feature well worth seeing that's available with your ticket to the wonderful film of the show with its
not second best to a live performance, but a unique and enjoyable experience in its own right
t: Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen's new docu-drama premieres on line-- well done but but not escape entertainment.
Three plays filmed during the 1914, 1915 and 1916 season to watch sitting on our couch. . .almost too much to take in. . .
.Richard Nelson's Apples share Dinner and table talk on Zoom
A western potboiler and a BBC thriller . . .each transcends its genre to offer relevant, worth watching on screen entertainment.
.: A not to be missed chance to see this filmed version of Emily Mann's wonderful play about Gloria Steinem. Bravo THIRTEEN for making it available to revisit and for …
.Defending Jacob and The Morning Show headlne at Apple TV's home page
The stage for Alan Ayckbourn's 84th play is his home, twith him and his wife playing all 8 characters . . . it's free for listening until June 25th. . .
he Madam Secretsry series ends with a feel good, finale that one wishes were true. . .
superstar Michelle Obama quickly makes it to Netflix's hit list.
Escerpt: Perfect on screen diversion -- and role model for production methods for future plays and films. . .
Escerpt: Playwright Kennerth Lonergan's adaptaion is true to Forster's text, and yet a fresh and original streaming experience
A 1990s series that still works as a Pandemic diversion
A new 4 part series with all the pluses of streaming as well as magic of live theater
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If Richsrd Grenberg intended this as a refreshing new take on the once popular drawing room comedies, especially those with the action revolving around …
Excerpt: Olive Strout's melancholy memoir adapted as a solo play with Laura Linney deftly narrating in the voice of both the mother and daughter whose brief reunion…
Descriptive Excerpt: A 1937 play that feels very much of the moment is given an operatic staging at the Park Avenue Armory
: Theresa Rebeck's literslly tasty comic take on art versus commerce is having its New York premiere at the beutiful new MCC Thesters's intimate Susan & Ronald Frankel Th…
Harvey Fierstone's biographical solo play is filled to the brim with Bella Abzug's trenchant wit and wisdom. For older theater goers, it's a trip down memory lane…
: If the title were not already taken by a much produced French classic, Tracy Letts might well have called his play about a middle-aged guy who hates everything and…
With the help of Hamilton.>'s director Thomas Kail and orchestrator Alex Lacamoire, Ross Golan's almost two dozen story telling songs became the musical, The Wrong Man, now …
Eileen Atkins and Jonathan Pryce manage to turn Florian Zeller's overly clever script into a truly unmissable point counterpoint duet.
Expectations for any play written by Jack Thorne. . .but the magic of Harry Potter is missing from his take on a book group that brings together a group of 20-something …
Michael Tucker's dramedy adds up to a pleasant two hours, thanks to excellent actors
Watching The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was a lot like going to see a hot ticket show on Broadway, while Shitselwas more like seeing something new and more low key Off-Broad…
Overview of blockbuster streamers Madam Secretary and The Cro
To paraphrase Al Jolson's famous song, Toot, toot,Tootsie, hello!