Off Broadway, Playwrights Horizons

Reviewed by Ken Kaissar

BOTTOM LINE: An enchanting and poetic new play about Iraqi refugees that is perfect for the holiday season.

What does it mean to abandon the land of your birth and accept citizenship in a new country? What does it mean to watch the irrevocable destruction of your homeland, and what does such upheaval do to your relationship with a culture and heritage that goes back 3,000 years? These complicated questions and more are raised in Heather Raffo’s poetically brilliant new play Noura...

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All's Well That Ends Well
(Off Off Broadway, Hedgepig Ensemble at the Gene Frankel)
Review by Dan Rubins

BOTTOM LINE: A rare production of Shakespeare's glorious, under-appreciated dark comedy.

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Clueless, the Musical
(Off Broadway, The New Group at the Signature Center)
Review by Dan Rubins

BOTTOM LINE: Clueless gets a musical makeover in this daffy but doggedly entertaining stage adaptation.

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Fabulation, or The Re-Education of Undine
(Off Broadway, Signature Theatre Company)
Review by Maria Paz Alegre

BOTTOM LINE: A modern day Undine is thrust out of her Perrier lifestyle and back into her native Brooklyn backwaters.

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(Off Off Broadway, Dutch Kills Theater Co. at The Wild Project)
Review by Shoshana Roberts

BOTTOM LINE: A strange show about a drug dealer and his addicted wife who move to "paradise" and keep a seal-woman hostage while attempting to live in some semblance of normalcy.

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A Christmas Carol in Harlem
(Off Broadway, Classical Theatre of Harlem at City College)
Review by Lexi Orphanos

BOTTOM LINE: A Christmas Carol in Harlem presents a joy-filled retelling of Dickens' classic tale, while imbuing Harlem pride into an understanding audience.

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(Off Off Broadway, Theaterlab)
Review by Emily Cordes

BOTTOM LINE: Profound yet understated, Empath highlights human emotion through personal experience.

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Featured Artist

Theasy is again covering the 2018 Fringe Festival

The NY International Fringe Festival runs October 1 - 31, 2018.
FringeNYC runs October 12 -28.

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