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Tuesday, March 18,2014

“The Junket” by Mike Albo

at the Lynn Redgrave Theater

In the media landscape of today, it is practically impossible to escape the temptations of swag.
Tuesday, March 18,2014

“The Real Americans” by Dan Hoyle

At the Lynn Redgrave Theater

In today’s political discourse, one must be living under a massive rock not to know how wildly diverse America has become.
Tuesday, March 18,2014

“Antony and Cleopatra” by Shakespeare

at The Public Theater

The young and gifted director Tarell Alvin McCraney has lead a pack of power-house collaborators to an artistic gold mine.
Monday, March 17,2014

“Bum Phillips All-American Opera” by Peter Stopschinski, Kirk Lynn and Luke Leonard

at La Mama Ellen Stewart Theatre

Monk Parrots’s new opera has paired the theatrical form of opulence, melodrama and exorbitance with a sport that shares those same qualities: football.
Friday, March 14,2014

“Stage Kiss” by Sarah Ruhl

at Playwrights Horizons

What actor hasn’t fallen head over heels for their co-star at least once?
Friday, March 14,2014

Victoria Woodhull: The Rise and Fall of America’s First Feminist by Claude Solnik

at St. Paul’s, Northport, NY

I would like to share my delight at seeing a play about Victoria Woodhull, America’s first female stockbroker and the first woman to run for President.
Sunday, March 9,2014

“Gidion’s Knot” by Johnna Adams

Always worth watching, director Austin Pendleton displays his tireless commitment to emotional authenticity in this searing, yet questionable, two-hander.
Tuesday, March 4,2014

“Nothing on Earth” written and directed by Randy Sharp

at Axis Theatre

A magician never reveals his secrets. But what happens when he goes on a personal crusade to expose the deception of others?
Tuesday, March 4,2014

“Kung Fu”
by David Henry Hwang

at The Pershing Square Signature Center

The path to self-realization is riddled with obstacles.
Tuesday, March 4,2014

“Open House” by Will Eno, directed by Oliver Butler

at Signature Theatre

Expect the unexpected. That rule works on two levels in this odd and poignant new comedy.