Education 59E59 Theaters
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What is left to fight for today, when everybody claims both that the world is burning, and that people are too sensitive and making a big deal over no...
A Letter to Harvey Milk The Acorn Theatre 02. Photos Russ Rowland
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A Letter to Harvey Milk.

When I saw A Letter to Harvey Milk, it was the night after Purim. What a fitting time to see this musical, just as the Jewish holiday most associated ...
Rossini's Semiramide. Photo Ken Howard_Met Opera
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Attending the premier of the revival of Giacomo Rossini’s Semiramide at the Metropolitan Opera the week after Black Panther opened and the ski jumping...
Pete Rex 59E59 Theatres, New York City
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Pete Rex

Have you ever watched Jurassic Park and wished that it was a lot weirder? And that, instead of a magical prehistoric island, it took place in a small ...
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Time Stands Still

"I live off the suffering of strangers," reflects Sarah Goodwin, a wartime photographer and the lead character in Donald Margulies' Time Stands Still,...
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The Cult Play

“Welcome to the sanctuary. Please turn off your cellphones and put your coats and bags under the chairs.” That is the greeting that soft-voiced and bo...
Balls 59E59 Theatre
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A thrilling, inventive, physical, breathless re-telling of the Battle of the Sexes - the celebrated 1970s Houston Astrodome tennis match that was a wa...
Jericho The Attic Theater Company
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When picking a partner, Esther Perel, a couples psychotherapist, says that we each cast the other in the role we need them to play. Even if the partne...