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The Other Josh Cohen Score 80%

The Other Josh Cohen

These Joshes score an “I’m a mensch!” factor of 10 and the finale is so sweet it will hurt your teeth. But, this journey toward love and self-esteem is told with wit and charm, and is performed by a cast oozing with charisma. Like the pints of ice cream that Josh gobbles down, this confection, er, I mean production, proves impossible to resist.

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Mojada Score 90%

Mojada

If you haven’t heard of the playwright Luis Alfaro or the director Chay Yew – you’ve been served.  Their new collaboration "Mojada", an updated re-telling of the Greek legend of Medea, is now playing at The Public Theater through August 11th.

Mojada Score 90%

Mojada

If you haven’t heard of the playwright Luis Alfaro or the director Chay Yew – you’ve been served.  Their new collaboration “Mojada”, an updated re-telling of the Greek legend of Medea, is now playing at The Public Theater through August 11th.

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The Rolling Stone Score 95%

The Rolling Stone

Remember how you felt watching The Crucible or, maybe even more intensely, The Children’s Hour?  Yes, the story is heavy, but we are willingly riveted.  One can feel such euphoria when the theatre gods come together making a perfect storm of writing, character development and direction.  THE ROLLING STONE punches that button in the brain that wakes such a tempest, pushes my body forward in my seat and finds me committed to see how this all turns out.  Intermission is excruciating; I want my friends back and I really want them to be okay.

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Not Even The Good Things Score 80%

Not Even The Good Things

Six friends go for a weekend in the mountains, but instead of a “Big Chill” they end up with “Big Buzzkill” as each realizes life is far more complicated than he expected. Not that that’s a bad thing. Life is messy, but at least it’s real.

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Encore! Off-Center’s Promenade Score 80%

Encore! Off-Center’s Promenade

Promenade was originally produced in 1965 for Judson Poet’s Theatre at Judson Memorial Church (JMC). JMC had and has an art ministry whose credo was and is “no censorship.” JMC was a leader and a beacon for the counter-culture of the 1960’s, particularly for experimental, avant-garde theatre performers.

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Rock of Ages Score 70%

Rock of Ages

Though the production exhibits an almost pathological fear of leaving a tender moment alone, there is a standout performance by Kirsten Scott and enough earworms to satisfy any fan of 80’s power rock.

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