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 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.

 Review :: The Seafarer

Review :: The Seafarer

By Rob Urbinati | May 10
A man's soul is worthy of redemption in the Irish Rep's production of "The Seafarer," and in Andy Murray's powerful performance, this man's salvation feels earned.

 Review :: Unexpected Joy
New York City, NY

Review :: Unexpected Joy

By Rob Urbinati | May 8
"Unexpected Joy" goes down easily, with its strong melodies and satisfying vocal performances. The show's earnest plea for tolerance is well-intentioned.

 Review :: Carmen. Opera Philadelphia
New York City, NY

Review :: Carmen. Opera Philadelphia

By Lewis Whittington | May 3
Imaginatively directed by Paul Curran and brilliantly conducted by Yves Abel, Opera Philadelphia's production of "Carmen" showcases a scintillating cast of young opera stars.

 Review :: Daybreak
New York City, NY

Review :: Daybreak

By Brooke Pierce | Apr 25
It has been just a little over 100 years since the beginning of the Armenian genocide in 1915, the horror that is estimated to have taken as many as 1.5 million lives. "Daybreak" explores the scars of this tragedy through the memories of one survivor.

 Review :: The Sting

Review :: The Sting

By Rob Urbinati | Apr 12
"The Sting" has its charms, but in the world premiere production at Papermill Playhouse, the pleasures come and go, and some of the songs are superfluous. Occasionally, the show brings the wit, charm and dexterity of the classic film to the stage.

 Review :: Mean Girls

Review :: Mean Girls

By Frank J. Avella | Apr 11
"Mean Girls" is an entertaining and empowering new Broadway musical that is actually slightly and refreshingly raunchier than the 2004 film version.

 Review :: Love Never Dies

Review :: Love Never Dies

By Kevin Taft | Apr 10
The sets, costumes, and dedication of the performers makes "Love Never Dies" shine when it does, so your enjoyment might depend on your curiosity, your love of the characters, and your keenness for Lloyd Webber and his oeuvre.

 Review :: Admissions

Review :: Admissions

By Wickham Boyle | Apr 2
Let's admit it, Joshua Harmon is a playwright to follow, stalk and revere.

 Review :: Crystal (Cirque do Soleil)

Review :: Crystal (Cirque do Soleil)

By Adam Brinklow | Apr 2
Cirque du Soleil freezes over in "Crystal," the perennially popular performing troupe's first attempt at an ice-based show.

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