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 Review :: Peter Pan
New York City, NY

Review :: Peter Pan

By Wickham Boyle | Jul 17
As with much of this production, less would have been so much more. However, it was a treat to listen to this glorious, usually forgotten Bernstein score and to hear the words of J.M. Barrie.

 Review :: Skintight

Review :: Skintight

By Frank J. Avella | Jul 2
"Skintight" is worth seeing for some stellar performances.

 Review :: Half Time
New York City, NY

Review :: Half Time

By Rob Urbinati | Jun 28
In "Half Time," it's the seniors who take center court.

 Review :: Symphonie Fantastique
New York City, NY

Review :: Symphonie Fantastique

By Brooke Pierce | Jun 27
At a time of social and political upheaval, when it seems like we're always surrounded by loud voices debating back and forth it's an incredible relief to be able to spend an hour in a darkened room, taking in sounds and enchanting sights.

 Review :: Fun Home
New York City, NY

Review :: Fun Home

By Wickham Boyle | Jun 5
The Tony-winning hit "Fun Home" receives its regional theater premiere in a first-rate production at the Hudson Valley's Center for Performing Arts in Rhinebeck, N.Y.

 Review :: On The Town. Boston Pops.
New York City, NY

Review :: On The Town. Boston Pops.

By Robert Nesti | Jun 1
Leonard Bernstein's score to "On The Town" never sounded quite as rich as it did with the Boston Pops in a concert version of the 1944 musical. Nor has the show been as much fun.

 Review :: Beauty and the Beast Live in Concert @ the Hollywood Bowl

Review :: Beauty and the Beast Live in Concert @ the Hollywood Bowl

By Kevin Taft | May 29
In what is now a Hollywood Bowl tradition, the legendary venue brought together stars of stage, screen, and television this Memorial Day weekend and paired them with a classic film ready to be remixed, Bowl style. This year it was "Beauty and the Beast."

 Review :: The Plague

Review :: The Plague

By Kilian Melloy | May 25
Tis new stage adaptation of the Camus novel is a fable about dread; a taxonomy of human psychology when confronted with the unspeakably not-ordinary, as it struggles to find or forge normalcy in deeply strange times.

 Review :: Light Shining in Buckinghamshire
New York City, NY

Review :: Light Shining in Buckinghamshire

By Brooke Pierce | May 24
Although Churchill's play takes place in 17th century England - a period of history no doubt much better known by Brits than Yanks - it has plenty of resonance in today's divided America.

 Review :: The Gentleman Caller
New York City, NY

Review :: The Gentleman Caller

By Rob Urbinati | May 16
While too many scenes are unwieldy and unpersuasive, moments throughout "The Gentleman Caller" do justice to the intriguing relationship between these complex friends and rivals.

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