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Tuesday, November 26,2013

“A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” by Robert L. Freedman and Steven Lutvak

at the Walter Kerr Theatre

Fleet Street is no longer the only place to find a lovable murderer in the Broadway world.
Monday, November 25,2013

“Botch” by Joe Diebes in collaboration with/performed by Christina Campanella, Michael Chinworth, John Rose, and Saori Tsukada


Botch, described as a broken-word opera, explores the relationship between humans and technology.
Thursday, November 21,2013

“Echo in Camera” written, designed and directed by Roman Paska

at La Mama

Puppetry is always the animation of a seemingly dead thing, but Roman Paska is especially gifted at making puppets feel ghost-like.
Thursday, November 21,2013

“Strawberry & Chocolate” by Senel Paz, translated by Eugene Nuñez

at 777 Theater

Cuban life in the early 1970’s is sometimes known as “the grey period.” Fidel Castro’s revolutionary government put Soviet-style limits on freedom...
Tuesday, November 19,2013

“The Commons of Pensacola” by Amanda Peet

at MTC Stage 1 at City Center

Redemption and farts. Yes, farts. Both make for a slightly unsatisfying entrée in this mildly amusing family drama. Judith (Blythe Danner) has been through the ringer.
Thursday, November 14,2013

“The Patron Saint of Sea Monsters” by Marlane Meyer

at Playwrights Horizons

The course of true love never does run smooth. Aubrey (Laura Heisler), an innocently naïve obstetrician obsessed with long forgotten Patron Saints, pines after her girlhood crush; Calvin Little (Rob Campbell).
Thursday, November 14,2013

“The Jacksonian” by Beth Henley

at The New Group at Theatre Row

The New Group’s latest exploration of American culture’s dark underbelly enjoyed a successful run last season at L.A.’s Geffen playhouse.
Wednesday, November 13,2013

“The English Bride” by Lucile Lichtblau

59E59 Theaters

In 1986, a thwarted bombing attempt of an El Al flight from London to Tel Aviv became known as the Hindawi Affair.
Wednesday, November 13,2013

“Are They Edible?” conceived and directed by Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew

at La MaMa

In the mood for an adventure? Look no further than the multi-sensory interactive puppet performance “Are They Edible?”, just one of the many unique offerings presented by La MaMa’s Puppet Series.
Friday, November 8,2013

“The Landing” by John Kander (Music) and Greg Pierce (Book and Lyrics)

at the Vineyard Theatre

“Be careful what you wish for.” That is how David Hyde Pierce, in a post-show discussion with other members of the cast and creative team, succinctly described the theme of the three stories that form this nontraditional new musical.