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BWW Reviews:  Misery Hates Company in POCATELLOBWW Reviews: Misery Hates Company in POCATELLO
by Michael Dale - Dec 17, 2014

Samuel D. Hunter's drama of a mundane little community is in itself a rather mundane evening. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  SOUL DOCTOR's Shortened Length is a MitzvahBWW Reviews: SOUL DOCTOR's Shortened Length is a Mitzvah
by Michael Dale - Dec 15, 2014

After a two-month Broadway run, the story of the rockstar rabbi returns Off-Broadway with a pared-down script. (more...)

Steven Maglio Set for Patsy's Sinatra Birthday Bash, 12/12Steven Maglio Set for Patsy's Sinatra Birthday Bash, 12/12
by BWW News Desk - Dec 8, 2014

Highly acclaimed New York Vocalist Steven Maglio will entertain an array of prominent celebrities and loyal fans of Frank Sinatra, at a special luncheon honoring the 99th birthday of the Chairman of the Board, on Friday, December 12, 2014, Noon to 3pm, at Patsy's Italian Restaurant, 236 West 56th Street, New York, NY, 10019. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  THE ELEPHANT MAN is a Curiosity, But Far From IntriguingBWW Reviews: THE ELEPHANT MAN is a Curiosity, But Far From Intriguing
by Michael Dale - Dec 8, 2014

Bernard Pomerance's one Broadway play is a clinical, alienating drama. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  A CHRISTMAS MEMORY Can Use a Few More MemoriesBWW Reviews: A CHRISTMAS MEMORY Can Use a Few More Memories
by Michael Dale - Dec 7, 2014

Truman Capote's short story doesn't provide enough plot for this two-act musical. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Paper Mill's ELF is Heavy on the Showbiz FunBWW Reviews: Paper Mill's ELF is Heavy on the Showbiz Fun
by Michael Dale - Dec 7, 2014

Director Eric Ankrim's solid mounting is bursting with brassy talent. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  OUR LADY OF KIBEHO Tells of a Holy Prelude to TragedyBWW Reviews: OUR LADY OF KIBEHO Tells of a Holy Prelude to Tragedy
by Michael Dale - Dec 2, 2014

Kateri Hall's drama dares the audience to accept a miracle. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Mills and Reichel's THE UNDERCLASSMAN Dazzles With Wit, Melody and IntelligenceBWW Reviews: Mills and Reichel's THE UNDERCLASSMAN Dazzles With Wit, Melody and Intelligence
by Michael Dale - Nov 30, 2014

Peter Mills and Cara Reichel revamp their wonderful F. Scott Fitzgerald musical of nearly ten years ago. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  A PARTICLE OF DREAD (OEDIPUS VARIATIONS) Lacks Clear VisionBWW Reviews: A PARTICLE OF DREAD (OEDIPUS VARIATIONS) Lacks Clear Vision
by Michael Dale - Nov 27, 2014

Sam Shepard's riff on Sophocles is a chore to comprehend. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  A DELICATE BALANCE Stirs, but Doesn't ShakeBWW Reviews: A DELICATE BALANCE Stirs, but Doesn't Shake
by Michael Dale - Nov 23, 2014

Pam MacKinnon's starry production has its stumbling points. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Doyle's ALLEGRO Played in Cut TimeBWW Reviews: Doyle's ALLEGRO Played in Cut Time
by Michael Dale - Nov 21, 2014

John Doyle cuts Rodgers and Hammerstein's experimental musical extensively and casts actor/musicians. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Lee's STRAIGHT WHITE MEN Debates The Price of Being an AllyBWW Reviews: Lee's STRAIGHT WHITE MEN Debates The Price of Being an Ally
by Michael Dale - Nov 20, 2014

Young Jean Lee's new drama may actually be a satire. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  New and Improved SIDE SHOW Fleshes Out Its Story of Conjoined TwinsBWW Reviews: New and Improved SIDE SHOW Fleshes Out Its Story of Conjoined Twins
by Michael Dale - Nov 18, 2014

The 1997 flop with a big cult following returns with major revisions. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Hyper-Charged PUNK ROCK Explores Uncontrolled Adolescent DynamicsBWW Reviews: Hyper-Charged PUNK ROCK Explores Uncontrolled Adolescent Dynamics
by Michael Dale - Nov 17, 2014

Simon Stephens' tense and chilling drama attempts to explain why the unthinkable is becoming more commonplace. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Butterworth's THE RIVER Drowns in Its Own AmbiguityBWW Reviews: Butterworth's THE RIVER Drowns in Its Own Ambiguity
by Michael Dale - Nov 16, 2014

Hugh Jackman stars in the longest 90 minutes on Broadway.. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Faith and Absolution Sensitively Questioned in GRAND CONCOURSEBWW Reviews: Faith and Absolution Sensitively Questioned in GRAND CONCOURSE
by Michael Dale - Nov 16, 2014

Quincy Tyler Bernstine offers beautiful understated pathos in Heidi Schreck's touching new drama. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Alda sends Bergen M*A*S*H Notes in LOVE LETTERSBWW Reviews: Alda sends Bergen M*A*S*H Notes in LOVE LETTERS
by Michael Dale - Nov 15, 2014

Candice Bergen and Alan Alda may be among the most endearing and believable pairs to take on A.R. Gurney's Pulitzer finalist. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  LOST LAKE Wastes Excellent Acting on an Unbelievable PremiseBWW Reviews: LOST LAKE Wastes Excellent Acting on an Unbelievable Premise
by Michael Dale - Nov 12, 2014

John Hawkes does some stellar work in David Auburn's intimate drama. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  Entertaining THE BAND WAGON Nixes NostalgiaBWW Reviews: Entertaining THE BAND WAGON Nixes Nostalgia
by Michael Dale - Nov 11, 2014

Douglas Carter Beane and Kathleen Marshall whip a movie classic into a fun new musical. (more...)

BWW Reviews:  STICKS AND BONES Puts a Full Nelson on the Vietnam WarBWW Reviews: STICKS AND BONES Puts a Full Nelson on the Vietnam War
by Michael Dale - Nov 7, 2014

David Rabe's 1972 Tony-winner darkly satirizes America's self-image during the Vietnam era. (more...)

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