International Reviews

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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Mrs. Murray’s Menagerie

The Mad Ones, a theater ensemble who compose collaboratively through a process that involves prolonged improvisation, character-building workshops, an...
2.0★ ★
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The Hidden Force

It was raining when we entered the Grande halle de la Villette on a night of early April. Actually, it was pretty sunny outside, but it was raining in...
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Smart Blonde

Only this past year in New York, we’ve seen juke-box shows about Cher, Donna Summer, and The Temptations. Willy Holtzman’s nostalgic new play Smart Bl...
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Les Damnés (The Damned)

Avant-garde director Ivo Van Hove’s take on The Damned is back at La Comédie Française, 3 years after its creation. The Damned is the second script by...
2.0★ ★
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Life Sucks

Wheelhouse Theater Company’s production of Aaron Posner’s “Life Sucks,” under the direction of Jeff Wise, is described as “sort of” an adaptation of C...
2.0★ ★
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Tilt

Tilt charges at windmills and while it does not crash and burn, it does not quite slay any giants either. The show promises a lot and delivers on mayb...
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Tosca

119 years after the great success of the opening night of Tosca in Rome, the audience in Tel Aviv was privileged to share a very similar experience. F...
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La Trilogie de la Vengeance

La Trilogie de la Vengeance is the embodiment of Simon Stone’s wild vision of live cinematographic theatre. Upon arrival, the audience is divided into...