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Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts disgustingly. That seems to be the message behind Richard Strauss's opera.
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The Encounter

Who do we actually encounter in The Encounter? A powerful artist, some faraway people, our own assumptions.
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Les Liaisons Dangereuse

Valmont's reputation for savage civility precedes him. The play takes place in the 1780s, not long before the French Revolution...
The City That Cried Wolf at 59E59 Theatre, New York
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The City That Cried Wolf

You have to at least admire the commitment to the premise. Comedian/actor/playwright Brooks Reeves doggedly mashes up every Grimm's fairy tale line an...
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10 Out Of 12

Why do we love a backstage story so much? And this is the ultimate one, if you can even call it a story. Playwright Anne Washburn brilliantly gives us...
Orwell in America 59E59 Theaters, New York
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Orwell in America

My main concern with any show based around a famous figure from the past is that that is the one person we know for sure will not be in attendance. Gr...
The-Truth Wyndham's Theatre
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The Truth

With a portentous title like "The Truth", one might expect a searing drama in this latest outing from the author of The Father, the play for which Fra...
Di and Viv and Rose Theatre Row
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Di and Viv and Rose

The show is much more than just this. But it is an awful lot of fun to relive the giddy sense of possibility when college friends set up their first h...
review A Persistent Memory Beckett Theatre at Theatre Row, Off-Broadway, New York
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A Persistent Memory

The play opens in Uganda somewhere in the memory of David. He’s the scion of a great, wealthy family with its full share of personal losses and a shor...