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Review: ‘Wild Goose Dreams’ Takes You to the Lonely Frontier of Digital Life

Review: ‘Wild Goose Dreams’ Takes You to the Lonely Frontier of Digital Life

November 15, 2018

You’ll need to fight through dense brambles of code and programming, sort through the clamor of soci...

Review: At LCT, ‘Plot Points In Our Sexual Development’ Traces the Edges of Queer Intimacy

Review: At LCT, ‘Plot Points In Our Sexual Development’ Traces the Edges of Queer Intimacy

November 8, 2018

“Plot Points in Our Sexual Development” — stashed away in the secluded interior of the Claire Tow Thea...

Review: ‘The Ferryman’ Steers Us to the Crossroads of Family and Myth, History and Tradition

Review: ‘The Ferryman’ Steers Us to the Crossroads of Family and Myth, History and Tradition

November 8, 2018

Pay close attention and you’ll find that “The Ferryman” is washed in the holy waters of classic l...

Review: “Torch Song” Breathes New Life, Radiantly Led By Michael Urie

Review: “Torch Song” Breathes New Life, Radiantly Led By Michael Urie

November 8, 2018

I don’t need to tell you that “Torch Song” is brilliantly funny, nor do I need to mention that ...

“Legally Blonde” Delivers Fresh Feminist Message

“Legally Blonde” Delivers Fresh Feminist Message

November 8, 2018

To rephrase the opening sequence of “Legally Blonde,” “Omigod, omigod you guys, Splinter Group’s gonna win the prize.” On Thursday, Oct. 18...

Sleepless Nights After “Sleep No More”

Sleepless Nights After “Sleep No More”

November 8, 2018

You’re Invited to “Sleep No More” Who: Theatergoers, thrill-seekers, Shakespeare-lovers, horro...

Review: At Ars Nova, ‘Rags Parkland’ Takes Us To Our Future

Review: At Ars Nova, ‘Rags Parkland’ Takes Us To Our Future

November 7, 2018

“Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future” is a lesson, a study, really, in the very making of folk tradition, of oral history told through song.

Review: ‘Eve’s Song’ Makes An Ambitious Attempt at Tackling Family and Violence in Black America

Review: ‘Eve’s Song’ Makes An Ambitious Attempt at Tackling Family and Violence in Black America

November 7, 2018

Most of “Eve's Song,” The Public Theater’s world premiere by resident playwright Patricia Ione Lloyd, is spent around a table, and that’s because “Eve's Song” is the story of an American family.

Review: In ‘Midsummer’ The Mobile Unit Delivers a Joyous Celebration of Life and Shakespeare

Review: In ‘Midsummer’ The Mobile Unit Delivers a Joyous Celebration of Life and Shakespeare

November 7, 2018

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is an explosion of joy and laughter, bewitched by a cast of New Yorkers dedicated to the art of translation, to the task of bringing the wonderful absurdities of Shakespearean comedy to audiences of diverse providence, and the brightest example of The Public Theater’s founding mission.

Inside a Fordham Mainstage Production Rehearsal: Antigonick

Inside a Fordham Mainstage Production Rehearsal: Antigonick

October 10, 2018

The room was still but for a moment. Crew members relaxed before getting to work, with tasks expected to...

Broadway Bound – King Kong, The Prom, and Cher

Broadway Bound – King Kong, The Prom, and Cher

October 10, 2018

As the leaves fall in the parks, the curtains rise on new openings aplenty on the Great White Way. The...

Feminist Fall Theatre

September 26, 2018

By GRACE TYSON Contributing Writer Autocratic authority, activism, abuse, apartheid — these are just a ...

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