The Wrong Man Score 95%

The Wrong Man

The musical to see this season is not on Broadway, it’s at MCC Theater and it’s called “The Wrong Man.”  With book, music and lyrics by multi-platinum pop songwriter Ross Golan, direction by Thomas Kail of Hamilton and In the Heights fame, choreography by Emmy-winner Travis Wall and starring Joshua Henry, you don’t want to miss it.  It’s fresh, innovative, powerful and moving.  See it before it goes all Broadway on you, and you can no longer afford a ticket! 

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Round Table Score 92%

Round Table

Weaving the strands of Medieval history and legend into a modern love story, Liva Vaynberg has written something fresh and new. Feminism meets fantasy! Round Table is more than fun; it’s sweetly touching and complex. Forsooth, and all that.

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Heroes of the Fourth Turning Score 85%

Heroes of the Fourth Turning

With love in his heart and a lifetime of learning from the source, playwright Will Arbery digs into his conservative Christian past to bring “Heroes of the Fourth Turning” to the Playwrights Horizons stage.  For most liberal New Yorkers, it’s a chance to do what we’ve all been moaning about since the 2016 election – understand.  It’s also a chance to see a very fine ensemble cast and restrained and dignified directing by Danya Taymor.  Read my full review here.

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The Big One-Oh! Score 99%

The Big One-Oh!

The company of young and oh! so talented actors takes you on this wonderful 60-minute ride with puppets and dance and a great score that moves this story along like a bird in flight. The show will lift you and the theatre right up and off 20th street and into the stratosphere.

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How We Love/F*ck Score 98%

How We Love/F*ck

There is a celebration of the female body going on in the West Village and you’re all invited. Lillian Isabella’s new play How We Love/F*ck is a declaration of joy to every part of our bodies and to our sexual and sensual appetite.

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