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Richard Wright and William Shakespeare are justly praised for their depth and breadth of thought; I wish that in the zeal to focus them on single concepts, these productions didn't reduce th…
Carla Ching's meditation on growing up in America now in its New York premiere by the Atlantic Theater Company has heart and wisdom but should have gone further. . .
If A Game of Thrones is your kind of series, you'll find a lot to like about the Red Bull Theater production of John Webster's play
TACT's swan song is an enjoyable take on two Damon Runyon stories
Pants on Fire's set's Ovid's famous tale in World War II-era London
Swedish playwright Jonas Hassen Khemiri outstanding combination of social commentary and exhilarating wordplay by the Play Company
Mando Alvarado's new play issometimes frustrating, occasionally brilliant and deeply compelling
Why on earth did it take a play this good over a decade since its Canadian premiere to make it to New York? .
his hits all the expected targets from one of the (often) most frustrating and (sometimes) most rewarding experiences in life
a respectful adaptation of nine short stories by the Russian master Anton Chekhov, but a bit short on excitement
Whether or not you ever played a heroic paladin or wise wizard, if you know true devotion when you see it, this is fun and worth seeing
Horizon Theatre Rep’s revival of Robert Lowell’s 1965 Obie-winning script based on Melville’s novel taps into its power with onlyoccasional success
For sheer synergy of story and place, you're not going to get much better than a musical about basketball staged in a gym. . . .
there's a lot to be said for a play which takes on three major story arcs and sets them up believably and enjoyably. . .