Review: AN ILIAD

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer In An Iliad, by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare at Lantern Theater, a weary man carrying an old... Read more

New York Review: SWEAT

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer “Nostalgia’s a disease.” Sweat, Lynn Nottage’s strong new play about work and the... Read more

New York Review: SPAMILTON

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer Spamilton is a joyous parody, in love with what it mocks, and it is a very funny show. The musical theater... Read more

New York Review: LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES

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Prepare to swoon. This opulent revival ofChristopher Hampton’s adaptation of the French novel by Choderlos de Laclos, arriving on Broadway... Read more

New York Review: A LIFE

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer For anybody who hasn’t heard that life can be a) lonely b) meaningless c) boring, A Life, the new play... Read more

New York Review: TICK TICK ...BOOM!

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer This little musical is a treat: Three excellent actors play three friends who live in New York, who love... Read more

New York Review: PUBLIC ENEMY

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Chekhov and Ibsen are the two modern playwrights proving irresistible to the contemporary theatre makers and contemporary audiences, with endless... Read more

Review: BREWERS FAYRE

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By Toby Zinman For the Inquirer ​Brewers Fayre is a short, bittersweet play by Scottish playwright David Greig,. This is the latest tasty... Read more