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When my eyes glazed over during the beginning of Act I of Theresa Rebeck’s latest work, Poor Behavior, I knew the play wasn’t working for me. Two characters, Ella and Ian, inebriated from … more
I never thought I’d heartily recommend another show about the Holocaust, yet after seeing Pianist of Willesden Lane last night, I found myself online urging friends to see it before it ends its … more
While the skies above Central Park threatened thunder and lightning, the true storm raged onstage. Although the rain never fell, the theatrical tempest reached hurricane proportions. King Lear cursed … more
If real estate is all about location, then theater depends on advertising. With good marketing, a show can generate word of mouth and increase ticket sales, but sadly, the marketing for Holler if Ya … more
To a New Yorker, one of the harbingers of summer is Shakespeare in the Park, now celebrating more than 50 years of free theater. For its first of two plays this summer, The Public Theatre is … more
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