The Day Before Spring is in season again! The show is charming without being trite. And in this “musicals in mufti” adaptation at the York Theater Co., the excellent performances and direction give it life, celebrating love in all its quirkiness and familiarity. Emphasis on the quirky.Read More
Author: Sarah Downs
“Behind the Sheet” is riveting. From what happens between the sheets to what transpires behind the sheet, it’s a continuum — the conundrum of womanhood — with the inevitability of pregnancy, the inevitability of pain, the inevitable trap of being a woman in a man’s world. Worse yet, a woman and a slave.Read More
The show is mostly misguided, but it does have some heartfelt moments. If only the writers had trusted the two stars, they would have an entertaining show that should still not be enough to fill a Broadway stage, but would at least have been more consistently fun.Read More
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