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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Don’t Wake Me’ by Rahila Gupta

Jaye Griffiths stars in 'Don't Wake : The Ballad of Nihal Armstrong, written by Rahila Gupta, directed by Guy Slater, part of Brits Off Broadway at 59E59 Theaters. Photo Carol Rosegg.

This loving memorial by an acclaimed British journalist of a mother for her son, nominated for two Off West End awards, is in New York until April 20. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Day of the Dog’ by Daniel Damiano

L to R: Michelle Hand and Steve Isom in DAY OF THE DOG, written by Daniel Damiano, directed by Milton Zoth at 59E59 Theaters. Photo by Carol Rosegg.

A humorous and insightful look at how our relationships to others often form as a result of how we respond to our animals. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘I Can See Clearly Now (The Wheelchair on My Face)’ by Sonya Kelly

Sonya Kelly in the funny 'I Can See Clearly Now (The Wheelchair on my Face) at 59E59 Theaters

How do you see when you can't fathom what's 20 feet ahead of you? Sonya Kelly's riotous one-woman romp shows you how she did it. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle’ by Ross Dungan

Erica Murray (Julia, Imelda/ Ms. Quillmore)
Photo by Lucy Nuzum

Eric Argyle has just been hit by a car and killed. There just might be enough time to rectify something from his past to help someone in the present. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Awake’ by Ken Urban

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Three dream-and-reality dualities reflect our topsy-turvy, almost fantastical post-9/11 world of secret prisons and climate disasters. Read More »

Theater/Concert Review (NYC): ‘The Anderson Twins Play the Fabulous Dorseys’

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A concept-concert featuring the phenomenally talented Anderson brothers pays tribute to Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): My Mind is Like an Open Meadow

Solo performer Erin Leddy digs into an ancestor's life...until Grandma finally says, "No more digging dear, I'm all dug up." Read More »

Opera Review (NYC): ‘Travelers: “The Wandering Scholar” and “Savitri”‘ by Gustav Holst

Michael Scarcelle, left, Rufus Müller, and Heather Johnson in "Savitri," presented with "The Wandering Scholar" at 59E59 Theaters.  Photo by Tina Buckman

A trickster theme and Holst's tricky music unite these two mini-operas, whose moods couldn't be more different. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Neighbourhood Watch’ by Alan Ayckbourn

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In Ayckbourn's 75th play, mild-mannered Martin marshals his neighbors into an increasingly strident and fascistic neighborhood watchdog group. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Pillow Book’ by Anna Moench

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This powerful new work, inspired by the thousand-year-old Japanese literary classic, is well worth seeing – and getting a bit perplexed about. Read More »