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‘The Illusionists’ Hits Home, Hits Broadway

‘The Illusionists’ Hits Home, Hits Broadway

By Steve Schonberg, editor-in-chief When I was in second grade, I went to “magic school.” Think less “Hogwarts” though, and think more local community center in Long Island with a weekly afterschool program. As a spectator, I was dazzled by ...

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REVIEW: ‘King Charles III’ at the Music Box Theater

REVIEW: ‘King Charles III’ at the Music Box Theater

By Luis Restrepo (@LuissimoLuis) Something is rotten in the state of Denmark…I mean England! Headline grabbing intrigue, backstabbing, politics, and ridicule are all at the forefront of this sparkling new Olivier Award winning production from London’s West End. A production ...

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REVIEW: ‘Allegiance’ at the Longacre Theatre

REVIEW: ‘Allegiance’ at the Longacre Theatre

By Erik Jonathan Shuler (@ErikJShuler Allegiance, the new Broadway musical which opened at the Longacre Theatre this month, passionately shares a story of Japanese internment in our country during World War II. It’s a tragedy that is rarely acknowledged through media and the entertainment industry, and ...

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Melissa Errico Speaks About Her Silence; New Album and Show

Melissa Errico Speaks About Her Silence; New Album and Show

By Steve Schonberg, Editor-in-Chief In 2013, Tony Award nominee, Melissa Errico, was sidelined mid-run during the Sondheim/Lapine musical, Passion, at the Classic Stage Company. The powerhouse singer and actress, known best for leading roles on Broadway (My Fair Lady, High ...

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REVIEW: ‘Thérèse Raquin’ Starring Keira Knightley

REVIEW: ‘Thérèse Raquin’ Starring Keira Knightley

By Senior Writer, Shari Lifland (@ShariOnTheAisle) Love, lust, betrayal, and guilt—some things never go out of fashion. That’s why Roundabout’s new adaptation (by British playwright Helen Edmundson) of Émile Zola’s 1867 novel still resonates with today’s audiences. It’s a dark, ...

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REVIEW: ‘Sylvia’ at the Cort Theatre

REVIEW: ‘Sylvia’ at the Cort Theatre

By Liz Lombardi A man, his dog, and his mid-life crisis. The Roundabout Theater Company’s revival of A.R. Gurney’s Sylvia starring Matthew Broderick, Annaleigh Ashford and Julie White does an excellent job of giving the audience a humorous taste of what that ...

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