By The Water

The ensemble cast works beautifully together, bringing their characters and relationships to life with truth. Their realism is a gift to audiences accustomed to glossy cue to cue acting. Though this community’s disaster isn’t ours, its emotions and fabric of human connection are universal.

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Pericles Prince of Tyre

Out of all the shows I have seen In the past few months, THIS is one of the most outstanding. The remaining run of the Public Theater’s Mobile Shakespeare Unit production of Pericles Prince of Tyre is too short for the style, class and clarity that this production brings to the New York Theatre collective.

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Side Show

Side Show. Like the latest incarnation of Les Miserables this show comes close to being a vocal completion with soaring voiced climbing to celestial heights, or in the case of David St. Louis, just about blowing the roof off the joint.

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The Erlkings

The days leading up to the Columbine massacre told through the actions and words of the killers – hauntingly odd and as emotionally detached as its two protagonists.

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The River

Seeing The River reminds me that I am annoyed at Sting. Because now I am annoyed at Hugh Jackman for pretty much the same reason.

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