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Theater Review (NYC): ‘Senior Moment’ by Mike Vogel

Vogel tells this tale of assisted-living life in an old-fashioned Jewish-humor style, but steers clear of schlock and schmaltz, stripping his characters to their more-or-less lovable essences while revealing what seems to be a hopeful, even sunny view of human nature. It's a refreshing dose of positivity in a city blindsided by recent realities.

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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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Theater Review (Off-Broadway NYC): ‘A Day by the Sea’ by N.C. Hunter, Directed by Austin Pendleton

Directed with precision and grace by Austin Pendleton on Charles Morgan's lovely sets, the superb cast brings to warm life this world of dimmed elegance with its lingering divide between the privileged and servant classes.

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‘Dinner With the Boys’ Written by and Starring Dan Lauria Begins Previews Off-Broadway April 21

Lauria's play is a comedy about two guys connected to a tight crime family who now face a dilemma that may or may not have to do with refusing offers and swimming with the fishes. After a successful run in New Jersey it opens Off-Broadway next month.

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