Home in Her Heart
Off Off Broadway, Stage Left Studio

Reviewed by Dave Osmundsen

BOTTOM LINE: An interracial lesbian couple in 1939 is forced to relocate from Europe to the segregated United States. While this play is full of heart, it's hard to get totally invested in the characters' struggle.

Home in Her Heart, a two women play by Margaret Morrison playing an encore engagement with a revised script at Stage Left Studios, takes place in London in 1939. African-American widow Claire Hicks (Ava Jenkins) plays the piano for Jimmie LeRoy (played by Morrison), an aging yet charismatic white male impersonator. The two women, both American expatriates, are a lesbian couple who lead a...

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Kind Souls
(Off Off Broadway, Shetler Studios, Libra Theater Comapny)
Review by Keith Paul Medelis

BOTTOM LINE: Kind Souls offers some surprising top-of-the-line talent across the board with a script that never fully takes off.

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Kentucky Cantata
(Off Off Broadway,HERE Arts Center)
Review by Angel Lam

BOTTOM LINE: A dark, poetic play about a young woman's dream to become an actor in New York City colliding with a mentally troubled illegal immigrant taxi driver.

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Honeymoon in Vegas
(Broadway, Nederlander Theater)
Review by Shoshana Roberts

BOTTOM LINE: Perhaps I am rationalizing the stereotypes due to my delight in hearing Tony Danza's crooning swagger, but I like to think that this really is a fun show.

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I'm Gonna Pray For You So Hard
(Off Broadway, Stage 2, Atlantic Theater Company)
Review by Lee Kinney

BOTTOM LINE: The father-daughter tension is as thick and alluring as the cigarette smoke.

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No One Loves Us Here
(Off Off Broadway, Urban Stages, New Light Theater Project)
Review by Geri Silver

BOTTOM LINE: This entertaining black comedy brings white collar dysfunction into the spotlight.

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Film Chinois
(Off Broadway, Theatre Row's Beckett Theatre, Pan Asian Rep)
Review by Cindy Pierre

BOTTOM LINE: The film noir cinematic genre translates successfully to stage in this polished tale about the rise of communism and burgeoning love in 1947 Beijing.

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The new musical We Are the Tigers, with music and lyrics by Rebekah M. Allen, premieres songs from the show at 54 Below on January 17th. Theasy caught up with the busy, young writer to learn more about the project. Check out the interview with Rebekah here at our brand new blog,