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In Broadway’s Gentlest Musical, Hope Strikes Up the “Band”

The wonder holds in The Band’s Visit, the musical dreamscape now on Broadway less than a year after an Off-Broadway unveiling that opened to rapturous reviews… 376 more words

Theater (reviews)

Broadway Review: Romance and longing at the forefront of magical 'Band's Visit'

Recently, I attended the American Theatre Critics Association conference in New York City, where I saw four Broadway shows for review. The first of my four reviews is… 1,029 more words

Broadway Review: 'The Band's Visit'

The set’s a bit grander and the music sounds richer, but success hasn’t spoiled this embraceable musical fable about the surprising friendships that bloom in the middle of a political desert. 940 more words


Son to Forgive His Betraying Mother? Ask “The Treasurer”

What happens to a 13-year-old boy when his mother leaves the family for another life? “She left and poof, there went our family,” says our narrator, called Son (Peter Friedman), the abandoned adolescent now a middle-aged man. 624 more words

Theater (reviews)

The Treasurer: One Dark and Funny Mother's Day Card

The Review: PH’s The Treasurer

by Ross

Downstairs on the main stage at Playwrights Horizons, there is a beautiful and complicated play that is stemmed from the love of a mother, and revolves around the death of a father.   958 more words

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