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The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore

It seems like an odd choice to revive one of Tennessee Williams’ lesser-known and lesser-loved plays, infamous for its difficult roles and abstract story. But there must be potential for greatness underneath the difficulty, right? Michael Wilson’s production of The … Continue reading

Mrs. Warren’s Profession

For a play about sex, this show is certainly lacking passion. The Roundabout Theater’s revival of Mrs Warren’s Profession, Bernard Shaw’s famously scandalous play about the madam of a brothel and her disapproving daughter has been revived in an unfortunately … Continue reading


Curtains Remember those valentines you made back in grade school? The red construction paper hearts that were but a little crooked, with the lace doilies glued on, and maybe some glitter added at the last minute? The feelings behind them … Continue reading