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FLASH SIDEWAYS
SHLEMIEL THE FIRST
at Jack H. Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

FLASH SIDEWAYS

Aside from some slow points, Shlemiel the First proves to be a lighthearted dose of fun with some wild klezmer music.

Reviewed by: MATT WINDMAN READ MORE
IDENTITY CRISIS
CLOSE UP SPACE
at MTC at New York City Center

IDENTITY CRISIS

Molly Smith Metzler’s new play teeters between far-fetched comedy and seriousness, doing neither particularly well.

Reviewed by: BILL STEVENSON READ MORE
TRAMPLED UNDERFOOT
STICK FLY
at the Cort

TRAMPLED UNDERFOOT

The acting in this family-saga ensemble brings to life what could have been a mediocre play.

Reviewed by: ROBERT CASHILL READ MORE
CHANGING THE TUNE
ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER
at the St. James

CHANGING THE TUNE

The 1965 musical has been retooled into something with currency for today.

Reviewed by: ROBERT CASHILL READ MORE
CALL FOR INTERVENTION
HAPPY HOUR
at Peter Norton Space

CALL FOR INTERVENTION

Someone needs to tell Ethan Coen to stop writing awful one-act plays.

Reviewed by: MATT WINDMAN READ MORE
RIPPED TO SHREDS
CLOSE UP SPACE
at MTC at New York City Center

RIPPED TO SHREDS

Molly Smith Metzler’s vacuous comedy-drama misses nearly every target.

Reviewed by: JOANNE KAUFMAN READ MORE
HOME INVASION
THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER
at Theatre at St. Clement's

HOME INVASION

The Man Who Came to Dinner remains the most masterfully chaotic ensemble comedies, even if it doesn't get quite the serving it deserves here.

Reviewed by: MATT WINDMAN READ MORE
LOOKING TO SCORE
LYSISTRATA JONES
at Walter Kerr Theatre

LOOKING TO SCORE

Having moved out of the basement gym where the Off-Broadway production was staged, this poppy musical has lost some of its charm.

Reviewed by: MATT WINDMAN READ MORE
THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME
ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER
at the St. James

THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME

Director Michael Mayer has radically reconceived this 1965 musical so that it's now even odder.

Reviewed by: BILL STEVENSON READ MORE
THERE WILL BE BLOOD
TITUS ANDRONICUS
at the Public

THERE WILL BE BLOOD

Gory as it is, Shakespeare’s thriller should be produced more often.

Reviewed by: MATT WINDMAN READ MORE
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