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Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘The Great American Trailer Park Musical’

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The venerable musical comedy returns to San Antonio in an enthusiastic production at the Cameo Theatre. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): Ana Gasteyer and Seth Rudetsky at the Woodlawn

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The historic theater debuts a new series that showcases top Broadway stars in an evening of music, humor and casual conversation. Read More »

TV Review: Amazon’s ‘Alpha House’ Is Back!

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If you're looking for something to counteract the negative campaigning, talking heads, and meaningless polls, binge away. Alpha House is sure to cure the election-season blues. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Pumpkin Pie Show: Seasick’ by Clay McLeod Chapman

Abe Goldfarb, Brian Silliman, Hanna Cheek & Clay McLeod Chapman - Pumpkin Pie Show

In a nation where media hype is stirring anxiety about a very difficult-to-catch virus into near-panic, it's good to laugh, and especially good to laugh at our own fears. Read More »

Theater Review (Westport, CT): ‘Intimate Apparel’ by Lynn Nottage at Westport Country Playhouse

Nikki E. Walker in Intimate Apparel. Photo by Carol Rosegg

Featuring compelling characters that have been perfectly cast, an ingenious set design by Allen Moyer, and solid direction by Mary B. Robinson, 'Intimate Apparel' is a pleasure to watch from start to finish. Read More »

Theater Review: ‘Odd Birdz’ by Israeli Comedy Troupe Tziporela

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'Odd Birdz' combines a hint of vaudeville and a touch of the Marx Brothers with moments of zany 'Laugh-In'-era humor and a dose of performance-art archness. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘The Rocky Horror Show’

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The audience-participation stalwart gets an imaginative revisualization in its annual staging at the Woodlawn Theatre. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘Moon Over Buffalo’

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Ken Ludwig's enduring farce receives a sparkling and laugh-filled production at the Grove Theatre Center in Burbank. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘Buyer and Cellar’ at the Mark Taper Forum

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Playwright Jonathan Tolins and star Michael Urie take on the legend of Barbara Streisand and the cult of celebrity with riotous results. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘The Way You Look Tonight’ by Peter Lefcourt

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An intriguing premise is squandered in a well-staged but essentially ho-hum romantic comedy. Read More »