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Sunday, 20 January 2013 12:45


Written by Connie Bollinger
Inside the phantasmagorical, unbelievable, kid’s paradise called the City Museum there is a little glass big top filled with flying children, tight rope walkers, jugglers, dancers, aerialists, contortionists, acrobats and clowns.
Saturday, 19 January 2013 19:24

Unsentimental journey: '4000 Miles' at the Rep

Written by Chuck Lavazzi
Like its protagonist, Amy Herzog’s comedy/drama “4000 Miles” seems a bit aimless and not really sure of what it wants to be. The cast does fine work and the technical aspects are, as usual, exemplary, but ultimately the emotional stakes…
Just as the song promises and "Broken City" delivers, New York, New York, is a "helluva town." Only, the movie, unlike the song, is dark and murderous and craven. "Broken City" posits that the Big Apple has a bad apple…
A famous chapter in late 18th century Danish history drives writer/director Nikolaj Arcel’s "A Royal Affair." Taking the throne in 1766 at 17, King Christian VII’s reign involved the usual power struggles and betrayals, but Christian’s mental instability made his…
With barely a word spoken, "Les Miserables" is closer to operetta than splashy musical. The Broadway musical and the movie are based on Victor Hugo's 1862 novel about poverty, death, injustice and orphans who would become so famous.
Maybe if "Hyde Park on Hudson" had stuck with one main story, it would have succeeded, but in trying to tell two stories, and not telling either with clarity or purpose, the film becomes seriously flawed, although not less worthy…
Predicaments, or problems requiring resolution, are a part of life. Looking on the bright side, you could say that dealing successfully with problems and challenges helps us grow, and makes life interesting. And such challenges beset us all, the great…
Part study in the importance of family and past sacrifices, part ghost story, the Black Rep’s ‘The Piano Lesson’ by August Wilson is lively, funny and challenging.
The world premiere production of “Café Chanson” is an archetypal diamond in the rough: quality material that wants only a bit of polishing to make it into a gem.
Debbie and Pete were the secondary characters in "Knocked Up." Debbie served as the older, married sister to the character who became preggers after a one-night stand. Now, Debbie and Pete, and their two irrepressible daughters, are the main characters…
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