The Heidi Chronicles
Broadway, Music Box Theatre

Reviewed by Shani R. Friedman

BOTTOM LINE: A talented, star-studded ensemble deftly takes on the revival of Wendy Wasserstein’s seminal feminist character study.

I think the main question for a lot of people seeing The Heidi Chronicles, which premiered more than a quarter century ago, is whether a play about the aspirations of the Boomer generation and the early years of the feminist movement -- that was very of-the-moment in the late 1980s -- will be dated now, or still feel relevant? My answer: yes to both...

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Leave Me Green
(Off Off Broadway, The Gym at Judson)
Review by Keith Paul Medelis

BOTTOM LINE: Lisi DeHaas’s script includes poignant and exciting moments, despite some unfortunate clunkiness in the production.

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TAKE Dance: There and Here
(Off Off Broadway, Schimmel Center, Pace University)
Review by Jane Sato

BOTTOM LINE: TAKE dance’s full-length work There and Here makes for an evening of visual poetry, meditative and inevitable, with sand pouring down from the ceiling and dancers pausing at moments and then taking flight.

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House of Tards
(Off Off Broadway, Stonewall Inn)
Review by Andy Buck

BOTTOM LINE: Dangerously funny sketch comedy by three legends of downtown theater.

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Book of Moron
(Off Broadway, Urban Stages)
Review by Sarah Weber

BOTTOM LINE: Robert Dubac has lost his memory, but he can regain his sense of truth with the help of his wit and the voices in his head.

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Lonesome Traveler
(Off Broadway, 59E59 Theatres)
Review by Shawna Cormier

BOTTOM LINE: Let's all sing together as this musical revue takes us through the history of American folk.

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The Feast
(Off Broadway, The Flea)
Review by Shoshana Roberts

BOTTOM LINE: An artist goes crazy as he hears screams from the toilet.

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