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Clybourne Park

“It’s all right. Nothing’s broken.” That statement is spoken during Clybourne Park, currently in performances at the Walter Kerr Theater. Triumphantly arriving on Broadway after a rocky transition, Bruce Norris’ play is an uncomfortably resonant and reluctantly entertaining account of … Continue reading


Born Yesterday

Appearances are deceiving in the revival of Born Yesterday, currently in performances at the Cort Theater. The opulent set (designed by John Lee Beatty) filled with rich colors and golden tones and the plush costumes (by Catherine Zuber) might suggest … 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