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NJ.com - 1 week ago
The applause starts when the curtain rises, to reveal a forty-person orchestra onstage -- according to the producers, one of the largest in Broadway history. The mad clapping starts up again a few...
Variety - 2 weeks ago
They're the characters in Tanya Saracho's two-character “Fade,” getting an East Coast premiere at Off Broadway's Primary Stages. It's a wheel-spinner of a play that sets out to...
Forward - 6 days ago
It's rarely considered good form, in the theater world, for high-level creatives involved in a production — producers, directors, etc. — to respond to that production's reviews....
New York Times - 4 days ago
From left, Reed Birney, Max Gordon Moore and Nana Mensah in the play “Man From Nebraska,” at Second Stage Theater. Credit Sara Krulwich/The New York Times. Though its words are well chosen and...
A.V. Club (blog) - 1 week ago
On the follow-up, Zombies On Broadway, McMahon more fully throws himself at reminiscence and reflection, writing and recording the album in New York, where he was diagnosed with leukemia more than a...
Rocky Mountain Collegian - 4 days ago
Fun, energetic and entertaining are all descriptors that do not describe a zombie, but they are suitable in describing Andrew McMahon In the Wilderness' new album “Zombie on Broadway.” This...
New York Times - 5 hours ago
Off Broadway, Play, Solo Performance; Closing Date: April 2, 2017; Black Box Theatre at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre, 111 W. 46th St. 212-719-1300. Find Tickets. By BEN BRANTLEY...
Variety - 3 weeks ago
The barking dog locked in the next room isn't the only animal neglected in Anna Jordan's bleak, brutal yet surprisingly tender play “Yen,” making its American premiere in a powerfully...
Variety - 4 weeks ago
Life, in all its messy glory, overflows the stage of the Atlantic Theater Company in this dynamically staged production of “Tell Hector I Miss Him.” Paola Lazaro's animated ensemble piece...
New York Times - 6 days ago
A puppet shares the stage with Tom Lambert, foreground left, and David Paisley in “Life According to Saki.” Credit Sara Krulwich/The New York Times. A chipper young troupe out of Britain is...
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