Archive for the ‘Theatre’ Category
SIGNIFICANT OTHER: Show Review by Robin Gorman Newman
March 10th, 2017
With smarts, sass (literally) and sensitivity, playwright Joshua Harmon (Bad Jews) tackles the subject of singlehood and tugs at you winningly with humor and heart.
Jordan and his crew of 20 somethings are inseparable, whether partying on the dance floor or crying on each other's shoulders, until one by one, each ...
WATER ON MARS Show Review by Andrea Santo Felcone
February 13th, 2017
On Friday, February 10, my husband and I enjoyed the pleasure of a date night spent at The New Victory Theater taking in the sights and sounds of a delightfully-unique juggling show--WATER ON MARS. In this show, The New Victory Theater is presenting its very first-ever all juggling show—but to ...
THE GAZILLION BUBBLE SHOW: AN INCREDIBUBBLE SHOW FOR KIDS OF ALL AGES! by Jamie Levine
February 11th, 2017
On February 12th, an off-Broadway classic, the Gazillion Bubble Show, celebrated its 10th year of entertaining kids of all ages in New York City. Last week, my 9-year-old daughter and I were lucky enough to discover the magic of this unbubblievable show for ourselves, and we weren’t disappointed.
The performers of ...
ELEPHANT & PIGGIE’S “We Are in a Play!”: Show Review by Amy Wall Lerman
January 30th, 2017
To know them is to love them. And if you’re a kid aged 8 and under, in all likelihood, you’ve sampled the fun.
The Elephant and Piggie books by Mo Willems are simple and sweet. My son was hooked on them for many years. I introduced him to Willems' pigeon books ...
CIRQUE DU SOLEIL PARAMOUR: Show Review by Robin Gorman Newman
January 22nd, 2017
CIRQUE DU SOLEIL's first show created specifically for Broadway, impresses on the spectacle level but hits considerable flat notes in the musical department.
PARAMOUR tries ambitiously to blend Broadway with over the top acrobatics, literally, and neither Broadway lovers nor Cirque du Soleil devotees are likely to be entirely pleased, though ...
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Theatre Blogger: THE ILLUSIONISTS: Show Review by Nancie Steinberg
December 16th, 2016
If you enjoy magic and illusion, this is the Broadway show for you. It’s a limited engagement through the end of the month, so don’t wait.
THE ILLUSIONISTS is set in the 1920s… a bygone golden age of magic and vaudeville.
There are 8 Acts of wonder plucked from around the ...
Theatre Blogger: Motherhood Africa: My Home: Show Review by Nancie Steinberg
December 4th, 2016
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Mother Africa: My Home is a feast for the eyes. Circus Der Sinne is celebrating its 10th Anniversary with this show. There is music, singing, exuberant dancing, gymnastics, acrobatics, juggling (with balls, tables, and humans), hula hoops, unicycle and extreme balancing acts. I couldn’t ...
Theatre Blogger: SGT. STUBBY: THE GREAT AMERICAN MILITARY DOG MUSICAL: Show Review by Lainie Gutterman
November 28th, 2016
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Recently, I was able to attend a preview for the new musical SGT. STUBBY: THE GREAT AMERICAN WAR DOG MUSICAL. The play, which opens on December 3rd at the St. Luke’s Theatre on 46th St and 8th Ave in NYC, celebrates the military ...
Theatre Critic: THIS DAY FORWARD: Show Review by Robin Gorman Newman
November 22nd, 2016
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Fresh from walking down the aisle, Martin (Michael Crane) is itching to make love to his Donna Reed-ish looking bride Irene (Holley Gain) in their swanky hotel room, though she is anything but willing. After squirming out of his arms and warning he's ...