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Cashing in on anti-Trump sentiment with cheap jokes, The Parisian Woman, by Beau Willimon, is toothless as political satire. As a drama about behind-the-scenes shenanigans in Washington, it …
The legacy of "Clockwork Orange" continues, with an exciting stage version from London now at New World Stages in New York.
Pig Iron Theatre Company's epic Philly Fringe world premiere brings the spectacle of life on Earth to the stage. Toby Zinman reviews.
There’s something funny — maybe even profound — about a musical comedy based on a movie based on repeat performances. Such is the case with "Groundhog Day," now at the August Wilson Th…
Does the Walnut Street Theatre's 'Saturday Night Fever' have all the right moves, or is it dancing with two left feet? Toby Zinman reviews.
A fine cast is given too little to do in Annie Baker s slow-moving play.
If you re up for a night of pratfalls and calamities, this play is a riot.
There's a surprising contemporary relevance in the Walnut Street Theatre's production of Neil Simon's 'Laughter on the 23rd Floor.' Toby Zinman reviews.