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House of Blue Leaves

Dark comedy is a fine art, and it’s easy to miss the mark when attempting to achieve it. Sadly, the Broadway revival of House of Blue Leaves only achieves the first of the two adjetives. Directed by David Cromer, this … Continue reading

The Miracle Worker

The Miracle Worker It’s a timeless story, so why hasn’t it been on Broadway in 50 years? The answer to this question is not apparent in the Broadway revival of The Miracle Worker,” currently in performances at the Circle in … Continue reading


Mauritius It’s not really about Mauritius, an island off the coast of Africa where one of the most valuable stamps in history was created. Nor is it really about the stamp that was made at that island. So what is … Continue reading