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The Best New York Theater to See This Summer

This Sunday, Neil Patrick Harris will host the Tony Awards for the forth time. The entire night will really be the battle between two musicals: […]

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Relive the Movie Schmaltz With Love Story at Walnut Street Theatre

“Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” It is one of the most memorable lines from the 1970 cinematic schmaltzfest, Love Story. It is #13 […]

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10-Second Live Arts/Fringe Reviews: Bang, Zero Cost House and Red Eye to Havre de Grace

Made it to three Live Arts Festival shows this weekend, and they couldn’t have been more different. In Charlotte Ford’s Bang (Christ Church Neighborhood House, […]

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“The Scottsboro Boys” Is a Theatrical Triumph

On a spring day in 1931, the lives of nine, young African American teenagers were destroyed. All were pulled from a train destined to Memphis, […]

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“Body Awareness” at the Wilma Is More Than Just Masturbation Jokes

It’s Body Awareness Week at Shirley State College. Organized and lead by psychology professor Phyllis (Grace Gonglewski), it is to be a week of discussion, […]

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The King and I Reminds You Why You Love Rodgers and Hammerstein

Long before vengeful barbers, masked opera men, and barricades invaded the musical theater stage, there were overtures, entr’actes, and dream ballets. Before Sondheim, Weber, and […]

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Haley Joel Osment Shines in “Red”

It should not be as powerful as it is. After all, it is just two actors painting a canvas red. And yet, with frenetic classical […]