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Center On The Aisle -- or #COTA) for short -- was founded by theater expert, Steve Schonberg in 2014, and the site now boasts a team of 15 expert writers and reviewers. Steve created the site to help casual theatergoers easily access informative and entertaining content to help them engage more with the theater, and make confident and informed decisions when selecting shows. With this mission, the #COTA team applies their deep theater knowledge and attendance at hundreds of shows a year to create the site's content. That's quite a task! Covering Broadway, off-Broadway, cabaret, dance, music and more, the #COTA team provides a range of valuable perspectives to inform and engage readers. After all, the theater is part of our history, heritage and cultural identity - it should be engaged in as often as possible. Welcome, again, to #COTA and please come again.

REVIEW: ‘Love, Love, Love’ at the Laura Pels Theatre

REVIEW: ‘Love, Love, Love’ at the Laura Pels Theatre

By Meredith Ganzman (@MGanzman) Love, Love, Love?  No, I really really really did not. Roundabout’s new three-act off-Broadway play by Mike Bartlett and directed by Michael Mayer tells the story of the baby boomer generation once they have had babies ...

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REVIEW: ‘Room 4’; They’re Ready to See You Now

REVIEW: ‘Room 4’; They’re Ready to See You Now

By Shari Lifland (@shariontheaisle) The mise en scène: an audition waiting room. Allen, an actor (Anthony Franqui) enters, picks up a piece of paper, and begins rehearsing his character’s single line: “Darren? Pshh…I haven’t seen that guy in months. Not ...

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REVIEW: ‘The Producers’ at Paper Mill Playhouse

REVIEW: ‘The Producers’ at Paper Mill Playhouse

By Adam Cohen Mel Brooks’ Tony award-winning musical comedy The Producers, based on his 1968 film, has been winningly and lovingly revived at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey. Given our geopolitical climate, there is nothing more rewarding ...

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REVIEW: Broadway’s Holiday Inn at Studio 54

REVIEW: Broadway’s Holiday Inn at Studio 54

By Meredith Ganzmann (@MGanzman) America’s biggest drama is its current political theatre, and it’s increasingly become an unbearable show to watch. There’s no real intermission either. You have to wait it out – thirty something days to go. But watching ...

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