Nice Girl
Off Broadway, Bank Street Theater, Labyrinth Theater Company

Reviewed by Adrienne Urbanski

BOTTOM LINE: Strong performances from the cast and a detailed, well-designed set help to make this an enthralling production.

While the plot and premise of Nice Girl may not sound particularly unique or enticing, this appealing and compelling piece is proof that a high-quality production featuring exceptional actors can make what might seem like a run of the mill storyline into something extraordinary. The play focuses on Josephine (Diane Davis), a 37-year-old clerical worker living in a Boston suburb in 1984...

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D Deb Debbie Deborah
(Off Off Broadway, The Wild Project, Clubbed Thumb)
Review by Molly Marinik

BOTTOM LINE: A funky meditation on not recognizing your life as you left it.

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(Off Off Broadway, Bushwick Starr, New Georges)
Review by Teddy Nicholas

BOTTOM LINE: A daring new play about family, aging, company meetings, and heartache.

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Tuesdays at Tesco's
(Off Broadway, 59E59 Theatres)
Review by Linda Buchwald

BOTTOM LINE: Simon Callow's performance as a transgender woman is the best part of an uneven production.

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New Country
(Off Broadway, Cherry Lane, Fair Trade/Rattlestick)
Review by Dave Osmundsen

BOTTOM LINE: Despite some witty one-liners and a strong central performance, New Country feels more like an extended TV pilot than a play.

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Hubbard Street Dance Chicago
(Off Broadway, The Joyce Theater)
Review by Jane Sato

BOTTOM LINE: This Midwest dance company celebrates its 37th year by showcasing their talent and presenting European choreographers.

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The Duchamp Syndrome
(Off Broadway, The Flea, The Play Company/Por Piedad Teatro)
Review by Molly Marinik

BOTTOM LINE: A lonely Mexican immigrant living in NYC makes a vibrant life out of the objects and creatures he encounters in his janitor’s closet workplace.

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Firebone Theatre's Red Flamboyant plays through May 16th at Anderson Hall at Calvary St. George’s, 61 Gramercy Park North. Read more about the company and this compelling new play at the Theasy blog!