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Cabaret

Willkommen back, Cabaret. We’re happy to see you, indeed. In a season awash with revivals, the return of Sam Mendes’ and Rob Marshall’s Tony Award-winning production to its old home, Studio 54, was met with raised eyebrows by some. But … Continue reading


Angels in America: Perestroika

It’s different, but not in a bad way. The second half Tony Kushner’s Angels in America, is more fantastical, more literary and more illusionary than the first. It packs a very different, but no less impressive, impact. Performed in repertory … Continue reading


Angels in America – Part 1: Millennium Approaches

It may require divine intervention to get a ticket, but do whatever you can to see Angels in America, the stunningly heart-felt production currently in performances at the Signature Theatre Company. Tony Kushner’s two-part play, subtitled A Gay Fantasia on … Continue reading


The Orphans’ Home Cycle Part 2: The Story of a Marriage

The Orphans’ Home Cycle Part 2: The Story of a Marriage “Home is where you hang your hat,” Ruth L. Yorck, wrote in 1948. It’s also been said that “home is where your heart is.” Countless statements have been made, … Continue reading


The Orphans’ Home Cycle Part 3: The Story of a Family

The Orphans’ Home Cycle Part 3: The Story of a Family All good things must come to an end, as we are reminded poignantly in the third installment of Horton Foote’s The Orphans’ Home Cycle.” Part Three, “The Story of … Continue reading