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Broadway rolls out red carpet

Broadway rolls out red carpet

January 27, 2014
Filed under ARTS

Though always sparkling with talent, New York’s theater scene welcomes an abundance of celebrities to Broadway stages this season. From political dramas to sparkling fairy tales, Hollywood’s top performers will be taking a bite out of the Big Apple as t... Read more »

Emotions run high in play on teenage friendship

Emotions run high in play on teenage friendship

April 8, 2013
Filed under ARTS, Editor's Picks

  The lights come up as three girls run onstage and begin a pretend gymnastics competition. “I give myself a 10,” Morgan yells as she completes her routine for Claude and Jenny. Among this game of make-believe, the soon-to-be-freshmen discuss high school and how their varying levels of m... Read more »

‘Matilda’ adaptation brings childhood magic to stage

‘Matilda’ adaptation brings childhood magic to stage

December 6, 2012
Filed under ARTS

With her advanced intelligence, a child outwits an evil headmaster and earns back the inheritance owed to her beloved teacher. With a fairly basic premise, “Matilda: the Musical” is preparing to bring a more character-driven form of science fiction tbuy viagrao Broadway this March. No monsters are created, no... Read more »

‘Otter’ caught red-handed with poorly scripted comedy

‘Otter’ caught red-handed with poorly scripted comedy

September 27, 2012
Filed under ARTS

Ethan Lipton’s new play, “Red-Handed Otter,” tells the story of Paul (Matthew Maher), a distraught security guard struggling to cope with the recent death of his beloved cat, Jennifer. Paul opens the show by announcing to co-worker Don (Bobby Moreno) that Jennifer has passed away. In order to pull... Read more »

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