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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Embers’ by Samuel Beckett

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'Embers' succeeds a good deal more dramatically than one might have expected from a radio play transferred to the stage. Read More »

Dance-Theater Review (NYC): ‘A Rite’ at BAM

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"The Rite of Spring" descends on Brooklyn in an exciting new context. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): “The Master Builder” by Henrik Ibsen

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BAM's dynamic new version of Ibsen's "The Master Builder," starring John Turturro is a hallmark for its director and cast. Potent production, memorable acting, chilling conclusion. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Julius Caesar (The Royal Shakespeare Company)

Re-imagined in modern-day West Africa, Shakespeare's great Roman tragedy feels like an astounding new work. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘House/Divided’ by The Builders Association at BAM

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A tour de force of ultra-modern theater about the housing crisis has a brief, flashy run at BAM. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Caretaker’ by Harold Pinter at BAM

Jonathan Pryce in The Caretaker. Photo by Shane Reid.

Davies, the homeless drifter of Pinter's first major success, is a larger-than-life creation in the best sense of that adjective. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Being Shakespeare’ with Simon Callow at BAM

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A staged lecture on the life of Shakespeare, rhapsodically delivered by the noted Shakespearean and film actor Simon Callow. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Krapp’s Last Tape’ by Samuel Beckett, with John Hurt

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Even after more than half a century, Samuel Beckett's extraordinary theatrical innovations retain the power to startle. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Diary of a Madman’ starring Geoffrey Rush

Pushed over the edge, Gogol's antihero descends into obsessions and decides he is the King of Spain. Read More »

Theater Review: ‘John Gabriel Borkman’ by Henrik Ibsen, with Alan Rickman and Fiona Shaw

The Abbey's star-studded production shows this problematic late work of Ibsen's in as good a light as you're likely to see. Read More »