The Rape of Lucrece, Teatro Latea at the Clemente, New York City
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The Rape of Lucrece

A good play is one that may be set in ancient Rome (and I mean really ancient Rome, centuries before Julius Caesar); may have been written 400 years a...
The Black Crook at Abrons Arts Center
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The Black Crook

The Black Crook figures prominently in theater history. First staged in September 1866, the year after the bloodiest conflict in the nation's history ...
A Taste of Honey, The Pearl Theater
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A Taste of Honey

Written by an 18-year-old female playwright in a time when such a voice was rarely heard, Shelagh Delaney's play Taste of Honey was inflammatory and c...
Maestro at 59E59, NYC
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Maestro

Maestro is a wonderful look at the life of a wonderful figure, Leonard Bernstein. Hershey Felder, who wrote the piece and gives a wonderfully engaging...
Measure for measure at Bryant Park NYC
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Measure for Measure

Bryant Park Presents Shakespeare is topping off its summer season with The Drilling Company’s production of Measure for Measure. But this version of S...
Romeo and Juliet American Ballet Theatre, Metropolitan Opera, new York
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Romeo and Juliet

Now, these hot days, is the mad blood stirring. So says Benvolio in Act III of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet; throughout the play, repeated reference...
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King Charles III

I kept thinking about the various people I know who would adore seeing “King Charles III,” the naughty, absorbing, and thrillingly well-acted new play...