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A Broadway schmaltzfest spawns a big-screen travesty
Dreyfoos alum returns to direct
They Jest surely, switch moods hesitantly
The Lion King
A spooky musical about a man trapped in a cave is too much for the Actors Playhouse audience
A Royal Christmas combines carols, show tunes, and ballet
When the holidays roll around, old standbys tumble in
The debut of Urban Cowboy is a rough ride indeed
What's the future look like? Only our theater critic knows for sure.
The King & I is slightly dated, but ahh, the dance, the color, the song
For this critic, the charms of My Favorite Year outweigh its many flaws
Lars von Trier delivers the Icelandic pop icon as a simple and tragic Dancer in the Dark
Four thespian kingpins reveal their most elaborately staged fantasies
A love triangle in the White House. Is this dusty old satire or current events?
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Side by Side by Sondheim
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
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