Poison, The Beckett Theatre on Theatre Row, New York_photobyLouMontesano
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Poison

It is easy to see why Poison is an international hit. The delicate yet hard-hitting show about the grief of losing a child written by Dutch playwright...
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The Collector

Perfect fare for the recent Halloween weekend, The Collector is a psychological thriller that will make your skin crawl. It’s a deep dive into the m...
A Taste of Honey, The Pearl Theater
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A Taste of Honey

Written by an 18-year-old female playwright in a time when such a voice was rarely heard, Shelagh Delaney's play Taste of Honey was inflammatory and c...
How to Keep An Alien at Irish Arts Center Photo Credit Ger Holland
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How to Keep An Alien

Award-winning Irish writer and actor Sonya Kelly brings her sweet, quirky and funny show How to Keep an Alien to premier at the Irish Arts Center afte...
The Wolves at The Duke on 42nd, New York
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The Wolves

Courageous, laugh-out-loud funny and oh-my-mascara-is-all-over my face touching, this show makes me want to wear a Wolves jersey. From the moment we s...
TUCK EVERLASTING on Broadway New York
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Tuck Everlasting

Tuck Everlasting began its life as an extremely popular children’s book by Natalie Babbitt in 1975 and was adapted for the screen in 2002. The book ...
Morphium Kabarette
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Morphium Kabarette

If you are looking for an alternative to dinner and movie for a Monday date night, try Morphium Kabarett instead! Romance was in the air pre-show. A s...
The Dingdong The Pearl Theatre
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The Dingdong

A frothy farce about the biggest dingdongs in Paris, almost everyone spends the majority of The Dingdong in their underpants. However, while this play...
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The Hundred We Are

The Hundred We Are gives voice to a generation torn. It puts a finger on a nagging feeling that accompanies living in this age: a fear that we will ne...