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Theatre Review Desperate Measures Leaves You Desperately Happy At The York Theatre

Desperate Measures, based on William Shakespeare’s Measures for Measures is premiering at The York Theatre, and is one of the hottest tickets for Off-Broadway that gives you the same star power and emotional thrills as The Great White Way. With addicting songs written by Peter Kellogg and David Friedman, and directed by Bill Castellino, you… Continue reading Theatre Review Desperate Measures Leaves You Desperately Happy At The York Theatre

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Theatre Review: KPOP IS A MUST HAVE Experience IN NYC

KPOP has to be one of the best musicals currently in the NYC. It is the happier, even more political version of Sleep No More, which has also captivated NYC. The interactive extravaganza is a deep look into the pressures of rising to stardom, and racial barriers that must be crossed to attain it. As… Continue reading Theatre Review: KPOP IS A MUST HAVE Experience IN NYC

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Theatre Review: A Clockwork Orange Brings Relevance To Reformation

What is better? To be a bad person or a forced good one? In an world where discussion on “PC” natures are writhing in tension, where a Health Care Bills that could kill millions is genuinely being discussed in a “Christian” way, and bending or standing during an anthem has left a nation further torn… Continue reading Theatre Review: A Clockwork Orange Brings Relevance To Reformation

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Theatre Review: One Night Only Is Absurdism At Its Best At Women’s Project Theater

The Monica Bill Barnes’ And Company’s One Night Only is absolutely absurd. With barely any word spoken from the two leads, Monica Bill Barnes and Anna Bass, oddly succeeds thanks to the audience. If there is one secret, silly ingredient that always manifests into delight it is audience participation.One Night Only might be the first… Continue reading Theatre Review: One Night Only Is Absurdism At Its Best At Women’s Project Theater

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Theatre Review: On The Shore of The Wide World Plays Like A Film At Atlantic Theatre

  On The Shore of The Wide World has to be one of the more intriguing plays I have seen in recent. This acclaimed  play, by writer Simon Stephens and directed by Neil Pepe, is a close-up into an Irish family’s approach to loss. Of course, loss comes in many forms: from death to departure.… Continue reading Theatre Review: On The Shore of The Wide World Plays Like A Film At Atlantic Theatre

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Theatre Review: A Brimful of Asha Is All You Need In Your Life

  A Brimful of Asha had to have been one of the most delightful shows I witnessed at Soulpepper Fest in NYC, and explains why this fest has become and will continue to be a staple of New York summers.  Ravi and Asha Jain brought their real life bond as, mother and son, to freshen… Continue reading Theatre Review: A Brimful of Asha Is All You Need In Your Life

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Theatre Review: Pipeline Questions A Teacher’s Role In A Student’s Life At LCT

Dominique Rousseau’s Pipeline comes on the heels of a very important topic that fluctuates in garnering the attention it deserves; black men being systemically tossed, ignored, and, worse, chained. Pipeline shows the lack of forgiveness and protection that can occur in a system that misunderstands/ blinds itself to black humanity. Through a mother and son,… Continue reading Theatre Review: Pipeline Questions A Teacher’s Role In A Student’s Life At LCT

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Theatre Review: Kim’s Convenience Shows Immigrants Are A Country’s Story

It could not be a better time for Kim’s Convenience to do a two-week run at the Pershing Square Signature Center; when immigration and hate crimes towards the Asian-American community has risen. Currently, America feels like it is losing everything to “foreigners”, but it is, actually, losing to itself for its inability to accept every… Continue reading Theatre Review: Kim’s Convenience Shows Immigrants Are A Country’s Story

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Theatre Review: Marvin’s Room Shows Life Is Unfair….. So What Are You Going To Do About It?

Synopsis: The award-winning Marvin’s Room is a wildly funny play about the laughter that can shine through life’s darkest moments. Lee is a single mother who’s been busy raising her troubled teenage son, Hank. Her estranged sister Bessie has her hands full with their elderly father, his soap opera-obsessed sister—and a brand-new life-or- death diagnosis.… Continue reading Theatre Review: Marvin’s Room Shows Life Is Unfair….. So What Are You Going To Do About It?

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Theatre Review: Napoli, Brooklyn Shows Masochism Has Always Been A Woman’s Issue

“You are a woman. And you are free”. This is the last line of Roundabout Theatre’s Napoli, Brooklyn, which is a strangely sentimental quote considering the whole play is about feeling the opposite. Written by Meghan Kennedy as a testament to female, and particularly her mother’sperseverance, Napoli, Brooklyn dives into what the Italians call, “Il… Continue reading Theatre Review: Napoli, Brooklyn Shows Masochism Has Always Been A Woman’s Issue