The 7th Annual H.P. Lovecraft Festival
Off Off Broadway, The Kraine Theater, Ratio Theatre

Reviewed by Sarah Weber

BOTTOM LINE: Lovecraft’s famous stories are brought to life with only a few basic necessities: actors, sound effects, and a fog machine.

For seven years Radio Theatre has helped satisfy our yearly craving for horror with the H.P. Lovecraft Festival. In his lifetime (1890-1937) Lovecraft’s eerie stories never garnered much fame, earning him meager pay as a result. But throughout the decades...

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(Off Off Broadway, McAlpin Hall, Three Day Hangover)
Review by Zak Risinger

BOTTOM LINE: A boozy, bitchin' take on Bram Stoker's classic tale that asks the audience to move about the space and have a seriously sweet ass good time.

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Who's Your Baghdaddy? Or How I Started The Iraq War
(Off Broadway, Actors Temple)
Review by Michael Hartung

BOTTOM LINE: A whip smart musical comedy based on a true story that’s sure to leave you laughing and thinking for days.

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(Off Off Broadway, Sure We Can, Dzieci Theater Company)
Review by Aiden Dreskin

BOTTOM LINE: A strange and exciting telling of an old story that gets a little lost in translation.

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Cloud Nine
(Off Broadway, Atlantic Theater Company)
Review by Keith Paul Medelis

BOTTOM LINE: Caryl Churchill’s astounding play is bravely and carefully revived by the Atlantic Theater Company.

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Spring Awakening
(Broadway, Brooks Atkinson Theatre)
Review by Molly Marinik

BOTTOM LINE: This smart revival from Deaf West joyfully employs American Sign Language to create a layered, metatheatrical experience.

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The Golden Drum Year
(Off Off Broadway, University Settlement)
Review by Rachel Abrams

BOTTOM LINE: Radical Evolution’s The Golden Drum Year is an artsy, expressionistic love poem to a diverse and dynamic NYC, and to anyone who’s searched for their purpose and their people in a new city.

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Featured Artist


The vibrant, young Pipeline Theatre Company is back at it, this time with The Gray Man, playing through October 18th at Walkerspace, 46 Walker Street. Check out this interview on the Theasy blog with Pipeline's Artistic Director, Ariana Schrier, and visit for more information about the company and to get tickets to The Gray Man.