Dated, dull, 'M. Butterfly' never gets aloft

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David Henry Hwang’s brilliant 1988 play M. Butterfly hangs on gender ambiguity, so it’s bound to seem different now than it did... Read more

'Clockwork Orange' in New York: A brutal, exciting ballet of mayhem

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Anthony Burgess’ iconic 1962 novel A Clockwork Orange concerns a dystopian society terrorized by thugs, teenage “droogs”... Read more

'Come From Away': A joyous reminder that all need not be grim

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Enough grim commentary. Enough bitter irony. Please. Enough. If you’re exhausted by the news and by the theater interpreting that... Read more

'Suitcase Under the Bed': Four pitch-perfect plays, full of humanity

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Mint Theater’s mission is to find and produce lost or forgotten plays from the past and give them new life onstage. Four lovely one-acts... Read more

'Groundhog Day': Frisky, fresh, frisky, fresh, frisky, fresh ...

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There’s something funny — and maybe even profound — about a musical comedy based on a movie based on repeat performances... Read more

'Indecent': Inventive, courageous love letter to the art of theater

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This review is just to add my voice (very belatedly) to the chorus of praise for Paula Vogel’s remarkable play, Indecent, playing through... Read more

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