Cynthia Nixon and Laura Linney shine in terrific revival of "The Little Foxes"

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“There are hundreds of Hubbards sitting in rooms like this throughout the country. All their names aren’t Hubbard, but they are... Read more

'Doll's House Part 2': Entertaining but unsurprising

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The sub-text rises. Lucas Hnath’s replay of Ibsen’s A Doll’s House at the John Golden Theatre takes a familiar interpretation... Read more

'Vanity Fair' at the Pearl: Imaginative, smart, with feminist edge

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How extraordinary to see, in two days, two excellent theatrical adaptations of two gigantic 19th-century novels. Even more extraordinary... Read more

'The Price' at Roundabout Theatre: Fierce Arthur Miller, turned to prose by a disappointing production

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“The past, for Arthur Miller, is not merely the collection of events that alter a subsequent collections of events — the easy causality... Read more

Fascinating, moving 'Hamlet' at London's Almeida Theatre

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LONDON — “Too too solid flesh” becomes thematic in this fascinating and moving Hamlet at the intimate Almeida Theatre. Everybody... Read more

'Ugly Lies the Bone' at National Theatre: A little too ugly

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LONDON — An import from America, Ugly Lies the Bone by Lindsey Ferrentino concerns discoveries in treating chronic and extreme pain... Read more

Superb remaking of 'Hedda Gabler' at National Theatre

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LONDON — Ivo van Hove, the Amsterdam-based director, has done it again with this sensational production of Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler... Read more

'Profoundly affectionate': A splendid, surgically accurate play about intimacy

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LONDON — The Royal Court Theatre bills itself as a “writers’ theatre,” specializing in cultivating new talent. What... Read more