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 Review :: The Color Purple
New York City, NY

Review :: The Color Purple

By Rob Urbinati | Oct 15
John Doyle's adaptation and direction of "The Color Purple" are masterful, and The Paper Mill Playhouse production is superb. Hell, yes!

 Review :: Sweat

Review :: Sweat

By Adam Brinklow | Oct 10
"Sweat" is a bit like classical tragedy: Everyone is doomed before it starts, but this only becomes evident to all of them after it's too late.

 Review :: Miss Saigon

Review :: Miss Saigon

By Will Demers | Oct 10
"Miss Saigon" kicked off a brand new North American tour at the Providence Performing Arts Center and it shouldn't be missed.

 Review :: The Nap

Review :: The Nap

By Brooke Pierce | Oct 4
"The Nap," a new Broadway comedy about a professional snooker player named Dylan Spokes, is advertised as coming from the same playwright, Richard Bean, who wrote the hit "One Man, Two Guvnors."

 Review :: The True
New York City, NY

Review :: The True

By Brooke Pierce | Oct 3
It's understandable if you may be thinking "I can't take any more politics!" at a play, or anywhere else for that matter. But "The True" is not just about politics, it's about relationships.

 Review :: Uncle Romeo Vanya Juliet

Review :: Uncle Romeo Vanya Juliet

By Rob Urbinati | Oct 1
"Uncle Romeo Vanya Juliet" is an ambitious, dizzying concept. The effort is, by turns, frantic, hushed, illuminating, confusing, tender, forced and just plain strange.

 Review :: Broadway Princess Party

Review :: Broadway Princess Party

By Clinton Campbell | Sep 21
A delightful evening full of smiles and laughs, and suitable for all ages as proven by the multi-generational house.

 Review :: Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations

Review :: Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations

By Kevin Taft | Aug 28
Director Des McAnuff ("Jersey Boys" and "Summer: The Donna Summer Musical," currently on Broadway) definitely has a signature style, which is very apparent with his latest Broadway-bound show "Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations."

 Review :: Be More Chill

Review :: Be More Chill

By Rob Urbinati | Aug 14
Fast and flashy, and often frantic, "Be More Chill" rarely transcends the familiar tropes, and the show's potential to get real, and distinguish itself from its models is only intermittently achieved.

 Review :: Pushkin
New York City, NY

Review :: Pushkin

By Wickham Boyle | Aug 10
Summer offerings abound and one worthy of a well air-conditioned two hours is the downtown theater company the american vicarious' world premiere of Jonathan Leaf's "Pushkin" at the Sheen Center.

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