'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

'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