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Butterflies

Mid-show, a woman tenderly sings “Fly Me to the Moon” to her newborn child as a lullaby, rocking him gently in her arms and looking at him like nothin...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Breaking the Shakespeare Code

Two players, both alike in stubborn pride, On fair Lafayette Street, where we lay our scene, Stir, through Shakespeare, emotions they in vain hide ...
3.0★ ★ ★
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I Carry Your Heart

An organ is like a fruitcake. It can be “regifted.” (You know, organ donation.) Pardon my flippancy. In my defense, that analogy is Georgette Kelly...
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After

The small detail which earned After a fifth star is that playwright Michael McKeever consciously - and literally - employs Chekhov’s gun. (Chekhov’s g...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Ashes

There is no scene in Ashes when the tension breaks. Every part of this show is fraught with it, akin to the eerie silence before the killer in a slash...
3.0★ ★ ★
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My Princess Diana

Twenty-two years after the car crash in Paris that shook the world, the people’s princess is still alive and well at the Ailey Citigroup Theater. D...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Drum Love

The atmosphere in Symphony Space on February 2 was like that of a school concert, where the audience is filled with friends and family proudly watchin...
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The American Tradition

There is a poster on the wall in the back of the theater which reads, “1969: The Year of the Black Panther,” in reference to the Black Panther politic...
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Trick or Treat

One fateful Halloween night, in an idyllic little living room like something out of a sitcom, all is not as it seems. This sounds like the beginnin...