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Movie Review: Doubt

We should be eternally grateful that in the adaptation of Doubt to film, the play's core struggle was not lost in translation. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Too Much Memory by Keith Reddin and Meg Gibson

With a fiercely intelligent script and remarkable performances, this version of Antigone is an exceptionally honest, vital adaptation for our time. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Truth About Santa by Greg Kotis

Greg Kotis brings the same intellectually-grounded absurdity to religion that his Urinetown brought to revolutionary politics. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Scandal! by Kristen Kosmas

The Management Company keeps its emphasis on broken pieces of Americana alive with The Scandal! Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Plucking Failures Like Ripe Fruit by No Tea Productions

In a financially starved Off-Off-Broadway scene where quality is a crapshoot, No Tea Productions has emerged as one of the few sure things. Read More »

Movie Review: The Dukes

"The Dukes" is a deceptively ambitious film, but one that gets lost in sentimentality before it can become anything substantial. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Vice Girl Confidential by Todd Michael

Pure spoof generates boisterous laughs in this former Fringe Festival hit, but it leaves you feeling empty afterward. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): American Buffalo by David Mamet

In arguably his best play, David Mamet gives a better explanation for the current economic crisis than any economist could provide. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): As We Speak by John Patrick Bray

Other than its use of technology, Bray's adaptation of Sinclair Lewis' novel is too amateurish to resonate in any real way. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Missa Solemnis or The Play About Henry

Just as Proposition 8 is passed, a new play by Roman Fesser examines the impossible dynamic of homosexuality and Mormonism. Read More »