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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...
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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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Skinnamarink

Whether you spent your grade school years in the comfort of liberal counseling, or hoping the nun’s ruler didn’t catch you, you’ll like relate to the ...
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...
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NYLON

Left unresolved, the past has a way of revealing its cracks, regardless of one's best efforts to keep them at bay. Nylon, a new play from esteemed ...
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Then She Fell

Whether you are coming to New York for a visit or have lived here for years, do yourself a favor and head to Brooklyn to experience one of the most un...
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Medusa Volution

One of the most famous Greek mythologies is one that you probably don’t know as well as you think you do - the story of Medusa, the beautiful young wo...
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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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The Waiting Game

An unsettling glimpse into the dynamics of a destructive love triangle and its aftereffects, The Waiting Game is a study of betrayal and one man's des...
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Maverick

There’s a particular challenge in trying to portray genius, which consists so much of the ineffable—in the case of Frank Beacham and George Demas’s Ma...