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Theater Review (NYC): Quickening

Privacy may be on the way out, but this abortion story makes compelling drama out of one of women's most private matters. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen

The Phoenix Theatre Ensemble throws modernism under a bus with its watered-down staging of Ibsen's classic. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): A Great Place to Be From by Norman Lasca

The heat gets to the characters, but's that's as far as this ambitious play goes. Read More »

Book Review – The New York Dolls: Photographs by Bob Gruen

For a band that's too big for one medium, Bob Gruen's photography at least captures the New York Dolls' glamorous side. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): A Perfect Ganesh by Terrence McNally

A forgotten masterpiece by Terrence McNally gets a timely revival by WorkShop Theater Company. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Chalk Boy by Joshua Conkel

Teen girl anxieties meet existential angst in Joshua Conkel's The Chalk Boy. Read More »

Book Review: Mind to Mind – Infant Research, Neuroscience, and Psychoanalysis, edited by Elliot L. Jurist, Arietta Slade and Sharon Bergner

Takes on the psychoanalytic concept of mentalization, one of the most difficult — and most rewarding — clinical practices. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC/Fringe Festival): Creena DeFoouie and The Redheaded Man

The NYC Fringe Festival concludes with a taste of the weird and the traumatic. Read More »

DVD Review: John Oliver – Terrifying Times

John Oliver, one of The Daily Show's best correspondents, makes an awkward transition to stand-up. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC/Fringe Festival): Zombie and The Corn Maiden

Two adaptations of Joyce Carol Oates novellas at the NYC Fringe show two approaches to staging psychology. Read More »