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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Line’ by Israel Horovitz

At moments, the refreshed production of NYC's longest-running play reminded me of looking at those books of old New Yorker cartoons from the 1950s and '60s, with their wordless multi-panel stories and their hapless Organization Men. But for most of its length, I wished I'd gotten on line for something else.

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EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Adelaide Mestre on Her Solo Show ‘Top Drawer’

For thousands of Cubans who escaped to the U.S. when Castro took over the country and confiscated their lands and dreams in the name of Communism, there was always the hope of return. Fifty years later the hopes have manifested into reality. Adelaide Mestre, of Cuban ancestry, was one of …

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