Author: Kathleen Campion

NAPOLI, BROOKLYN

The cataclysm that shocks the audience into intermission is stunning.  I won’t spoil if for you but will say as the audience recovered there was a rush to Google the horrific event that shook the room and changes everything.  It leaves you longing for act 2.

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GROUNDHOG DAY

A zebra and a unicorn have a great deal in common but they are not the same. It might be tempting to take the extraordinarily rich and fully staged Groundhog Day currently on Broadway, as a mere remake of the 1993 film. It’s not. The film was a terrific zebra; the Broadway musical, is a kind of unicorn.

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OSLO

The pursuit of the big idea, however worthy, can get tiresome, if not relieved by credible characters, witty exchanges, deft direction, and fine performances. Oslo offers all of that.

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