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Sleep No More

The McKittrick Hotel is dark. It’s one of the first things you must adapt to if you are to make your way in the world that is Sleep No More. In one of...
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Much Ado About Nothing

The Public Theater’s Shakespeare in the Park has long been one of New York’s most prized cultural jewels - and this summer, Kenny Leon’s Much Ado Abou...
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Das Rheingold

The new Longborough Opera Festival production of Das Rheingold approximates, within the “given” of its setting and budget, just about everything that ...
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Les Serge (Gainsbourg point barre)

A few nights ago, I had a date with Serge at the Studio-Théâtre, the smallest theater of the Comédie Française. Serge was not just one person, there w...
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Posting Letters to the Moon

If master documentarian Ken Burns were to fashion a look into British life during World War II, as told in letters from a pair of newlyweds separated ...
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Against Nature

James Kudelka’s masterpiece, Against Nature, returns to the stage at Citadel + Compagnie.   Against Nature is based on À rebours (1884), by...
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Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four

This adaptation of a Sherlock Holmes classic is as straightforward as it gets. The whole play is refreshingly natural. Everything from the costumes to...
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Love’s Labor’s Lost

As they say, “love is a battlefield,” and every warrior on that battlefield believes they know the strategies to make love bow down to their will. Som...
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The Full Monty

They’ve done it again at the New Wimbledon Theatre – another brilliant show! Really, this is becoming a habit. It’s about time they put on a turkey, t...