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RIM SHOTS, BUT NO STORY
MY MOTHER'S ITALIAN, MY FATHER'S JEWISH AND I'M IN THERAPY
at the Westside Theater

RIM SHOTS, BUT NO STORY

Everyone has a story to tell- and told well, we'll take the time to listen to it. Unfortunately, Steve Solomon's My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish and I'm in Therapy doesn't pass the test. We keep waiting for the jokes to lead to something bigger. But they're just jokes.

Reviewed by: David Lefkowitz READ MORE
I AM WOMAN, HEAR ME...
A FEMININE ENDING
at Playwrights Horizons

I AM WOMAN, HEAR ME...

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Reality takes a beating in Sarah Treems A Feminine Ending. Her script is so self-congratulatory, it ought to be highlighted.

Reviewed by: Sandy MacDonald READ MORE
THOSE WERE THE DAYS
THE SUNSHINE BOYS
at the George Street Playhouse (New Brunswick, N.J)

THOSE WERE THE DAYS

Point a finger at Jack Klugman and Paul Dooley for making this revival of Neil Simon's The Sunshine Boys a laugh riot. The old shtick still works.

Reviewed by: Robert L. Daniels READ MORE
STREET SMARTS
A BRONX TALE
at the Walter Kerr

STREET SMARTS

Chazz Palminteri's A Bronx Tale is a heartfelt remembrance of a past life. So what if it verges on the sentimental, it's still the real thing.

Reviewed by: Mervyn Rothstein READ MORE
SPACE AT A PREMIUM
FUERZABRUTA
at the Daryl Roth Theatre

SPACE AT A PREMIUM

Picture a subway at rush hour, sardine-packed with people and you have a rough approximation of what it feels like to be in the audience at Fuerzabruta. But the show dazzles and the cast is athletic and superb

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
BEYOND UNDERSTANDING
THE OVERWHELMING
at the Laura Pels

BEYOND UNDERSTANDING

With The Overwhelming, J. T. Rogers has written a political thriller, all too real about Rwanda, circa 1994. Can some horrors be so incomprehensible as to defy human understanding? Sadly, the answer seems to be yes.

Reviewed by: Jessica Branch READ MORE
THAT MAGIC TOUCH
TONY MARTIN
at Feinstein's at Loew's Regency

THAT MAGIC TOUCH

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Tony Martin graced the stage at Feinstein's at Loew's Regency and gave a performance ( two, really), that younger performers could only envy. Not bad for a 95-year old.

Reviewed by: Robert L. Daniels READ MORE
RIGHT ON THE BUTTON
MARY CLEERE HARAN SINGS DORIS DAY
at Feinstin's at Loew's Regency

RIGHT ON THE BUTTON

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Doris Day may respectfully decline to appear in public. But the 83-year old legend has a wonderful substitute in the celebrated cabaret star Mary Cleere Haran. She's paying homage at Feinstein's at Loew's Regency

Reviewed by: Robert L. Daniels READ MORE
STEAM HEAT
THE RITZ
at Studio 54

STEAM HEAT

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The Ritz may be dated, The Ritz may be old news, but The Ritz is still very funny.

Reviewed by: Mervyn Rothstein READ MORE
BODY BEAUTIFUL
MARGARET CHO’S THE SENSUOUS WOMAN
at the Zipper Factory

BODY BEAUTIFUL

Margaret Cho is never one to do things half-way. Her new show, The Sensuous Woman is uproariously funny-guaranteed to offend all those who need to be offended. 'Nuff said.

Reviewed by: Bill Stevenson READ MORE
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