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The Sabbath Girl

How many goys does it take to screw in a lightbulb on a Friday night? For one lonely Orthodox Jew it’s one beautiful Italian neighbor. That’s the prem...
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Maz and Bricks

Maz and Bricks by the Irish playwright, Eva O’Connor at 59E59 is a love story. But not a typical love story. It is the story of two strangers who meet...
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A Woman of the World

Emily Dickinson is one of the most celebrated of American poets. It was not until after her death in 1886 that her poems, discovered by her sister Lav...
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Fern Hill

Michael Tucker’s Fern Hill, now playing at 59E59, was first developed at the 2017 Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwright’s Conference and...
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Tech Support

The blurb for Debra Whitfield’s Off Broadway premiere of her play, Tech Support, hints at a relevant, female-driven, clever yet cute play of a 21st ce...
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Dog Man: The Musical

Anyone who loves dogs will adore Dog Man: The Musical. Anyone who believes felines are unjustly accused of being catty will find satisfaction that, no...
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Madame Lynch

It was a fruitless endeavor, I said to myself after witnessing the Drunkard’s Wife’s production of Madame Lynch at The New Ohio Theater, that I bother...
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Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde is an immensely clever and entertaining abbreviation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s story, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll &...
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Switzerland

Performed in one hour and twenty minutes without intermission, Joanna Murray-Smith’s cleverly conceived Switzerland brought to us by the Hudson Stage ...
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Waiting for Godot

Treating the Samuel Beckett’s detailed directions with utmost reverence leaves a director with a limited creative scope. I may go as far as to say, th...