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Theater Review (NYC Off-Broadway): ‘She Stoops to Conquer’ by Oliver Goldsmith

It's not the details of the preposterous plot that make it work; it's the skillful way Goldsmith wove them together and his sly, fluid way with dialogue. And it's not any of these fine performances individually that galvanize this revival; it's the brightly colored vision saddled up by the director and the gifted creative team, and the gusto with which the actors take the reins.

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Interview: Singer Anne Carrere and Musician Guy Giuliano on ‘Piaf! The Show’ in Paris – Part II

'Edith Piaf is unique, singular. If you try to imitate or mimic Piaf? It’s not possible. But if Anne tries to fulfill Edith Piaf with her soul, she can reach people because she is herself.'

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Hedda Gabler’ by Henrik Ibsen

The sharp poignancy of Ibsen's classic comes through strongly in a flawed but sincere new production by the young company The Instigators. The tragic story of an unhappy young wife whose hopes of a glorious future of social ascendancy are being dashed before her eyes rings as true today as it did when Ibsen wrote it 125 years ago.

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Interview: Gil Marsalla on His Production ‘Piaf! The Show’ in Paris, France – Part II

"We are at the stage that we are ready for Broadway. We have promotional videos and I am thinking that we might be on stage on Broadway for five or six months."

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