Be More Chill
Off Broadway, Pershing Square Signature Center

Reviewed by Lexi Orphanos

BOTTOM LINE: Be More Chill champions the idea that losers are those who lose friends, and redefines what it means to succeed against all those nagging voices in your head.

Be More Chill is set in a familiar suburban New Jersey world, where Jeremy can’t seem to feel confident in any aspect of his life. A typical teenager, Jeremy has a crush on a girl and plays video games with his best friend Michael. But then Jeremy decides to pay $600 for a squip...

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Perfect Teeth
(Off Off Broadway, Theaterlab)
Review by Dan Dinero

BOTTOM LINE: In this #MeToo era, Perfect Teeth shows just how messy (both physical and otherwise) gay sex can be.

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Gettin' the Band Back Together
(Broadway, Belasco Theater)
Review by Dan Rubins

BOTTOM LINE: You can rock out with the energetic cast of Gettin' The Band Back Together, but don't look for anything deeper in this derivative musical about a bunch of 40-somethings chasing their teenage dreams.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream
(Off Off Broadway, Shakespeare in the Square)
Review by Dan Rubins

BOTTOM LINE: A Midsummer Night's Dream like you've never seen it staged before: this one's for the foodies.

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Buffalo Buffalo and The Chechens
(Off Off Broadway, Exquisite Corpse at The Parlour)
Review by Ed Malin

BOTTOM LINE: Cutting-edge new plays that explore the natural decay of an American relationship and the oppression of homosexuals in Chechneya.

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(Off Broadway, The Joyce)
Review by Ran Xia

BOTTOM LINE: An anthology of MOMIX's works through the years, showcasing the company's ingenuity.

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Wicked Frozen
(Off Broadway, St. Luke's Theatre)
Review by Dan Rubins

BOTTOM LINE: In this aptly titled mashup of Wicked and Frozen, raucous goofiness and genuine warmth share center stage.

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The Festival runs February 14 - March 4.
2 Theaters, 3 Weeks, 12 Days, 30 independent theater companies, and over 150 performances.

We will be reviewing many of the shows in the festival.