A STEREOPHONIC SHOW WITH A MONOPHONIC SCRIPT Stereophonic was so evenly cherished by critics in its Off-Broadway run at Playwrights Horizons that it transferred to Broadway, where it opened tonight at The Golden Theatre. Why? The jury is still out. Andrew R. Butler and Eli Gelb It takes place in a Californian recording music studio […]

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MAURICE SENDAK — WILD AT HEART Some of us had the good fortune of growing up with the wondrous and zany work of Maurice Sendak. We didn’t know it at the time, but Sendak was in the midst of something quite extraordinary—a decades-long manifestation of a galaxy of stories and art where children befriend monsters, […]

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THAT’S WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR Up-and-coming storyteller Gabe Mollica has brought his “sweet not sappy” 90-minute Solo: A Show About Friendship to Boston after 80 Off-Broadway performances and an excerpt on This American Life, the NPR radio show and podcast. Directed by noted monologist and queer disability activist Greg Walloch, and written as well as […]

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New Conservatory Theatre Center is offering The Tutor, a gripping and thought-provoking three-person drama that tells a timely story of love, lies, survival, and culture. With insightful minimal staging by Sahar Assaf, the performers pile-drive Torange Yeghiazarian‘s whip-smart dialogue into a powerful intimate ride that never lets up. Debórah Eliezer, Lawrence Radecker, Maya Nazzal Debórah […]

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A COLOSSAL LEN CARIOU MAKES ANY DAY A GOOD DAY FOR TUESDAYS I have seen many a famous performer hit the stage in their senior years with a cabaret or theater performance, something I usually regret as my memories of the youthful vigorous actor is now replaced with a sad remembrance of a once-cherished star […]

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GREAT COMET! Who would have thought that a paltry 70 pages from a mammoth novel by 19th-century Russian author Leo Tolstoy would inspire one of the hits of the recent off-Broadway and Broadway musical scene? Yet here it is at the Cygnet Theatre. This show joins a brilliantly eclectic score and book by an outstanding […]

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GET A PARKER TICKET Michael McKeever’s newest play Mr. Parker, under Randy Brenner’s sublime direction is Dezart Performs’ final production this season running through April 21. McKeever, (Daniel’s Husband) has written a well-acted, swift, 90-minute portrayal of domestic life. Terry Parker, a 54-year-old gay writer residing in the condo building Ansonia on the Upper West […]

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In the ever-growing realm of digital education, GeniusTutor has emerged as an invaluable educational tool designed to assist students worldwide. As an AI homework helper, it exhibits the potential to redefine how students approach and manage their coursework. In this comprehensive review, we explore its functionalities, merits, and limitations. Introduction to GeniusTutor: An Excellent AI […]

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WHEN YOU ARE ENGULFED IN SEDARIS Storyteller and humorist David Sedaris began by “walking us through” his outfit: a pair of plaid culottes and a jacket that “looks like I lost a fight with a bear.” It did indeed consist of a lot of strips, like a wearable vertical blind. He then introduced the ASL […]

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BEDAZZLED WAR AND PEACE SIZZLES ON STAGE Let’s face it: If you haven’t read Leo Tolstoy’s 1869 novel War and Peace by now (with its 1400-plus pages), you probably aren’t ever going to. Fortunately for you, Dave Malloy read it and apparently loved the heck out of it. So much so, in fact, that he […]

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