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Vanity Fair

With this production of Thackeray’s Vanity Fair comes the age-old moral dilemma:...
The Strangest Fourth Street Theatre, New York
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The Strangest

A set of red curtains at the end of a hallway reveals a small, dim room blanketed with Persian rugs...
THE EMPEROR JONES at Irish Rep, Photo by Carol Rosegg
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The Emperor Jones

On the one hand, this is a chance to be fully immersed in a milestone of Expressionism...
WHITE GUY ON THE BUS 59E59 Theatres NY. Photo by Matt Urban_Mobius New Media Inc
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White Guy on the Bus

Renowned playwright Graham’s “White Guy” perceptively explores racism, inequality, violence, bereavement, and alienation among a wide range of c...
OMEGA KIDS by Noah Mease at Access Theater. Photo by Hunter Canning
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Omega Kids

Mease's Omega Kids has such an original new voice, a new way of hearing naturalistic speech, that you can't stop hearing it afterwards. It's like the ...
The Ephemera Trilogy The Tank Photo-by-Kirk-Murphy
3.0★ ★ ★

The Ephemera Trilogy

There is no doubt that “The Ephemera Trilogy” is a visually stunning piece of theater. It combines puppetry, shadow art and sand work to create a ...
2.0★ ★

Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant

In this English-language translation of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s German play (and later, film), we meet Petra Von Kant, a now successful fashion d...
Much Ado About Nothing Urban Stages, New York
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Much Ado About Nothing

For the first few minutes of Ross Williams’ adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing – a play known for its witty repartee and rampant rumor-mongering...
The Dressmaker’s Secret, 59E59. Photo by Carol Rosegg
4.0★ ★ ★ ★

The Dressmaker’s Secret

The Dressmaker’s Secret, which opened this week at 59E59 Theaters, is set in Romania in 1963. Like any notable drama, however, its themes largely tr...