The Old Man and the Old Moon
Off Broadway, New Victory, Pigpen Theatre Co.

Reviewed by Andy Buck

BOTTOM LINE: A gloriously inventive, boundary-blurring musical fantasy.

If you loved the brilliantly imaginative, steamer-trunk vaudeville of Peter and the Starcatcher, a similarly delightful but even more original musical play called The Old Man and the Old Moon, by PigPen Theatre Co., is back in New York for one last time this fall after a run downtown two seasons back. And it’s one of the most enchanting shows I’ve seen in, well, many moons. The creation of a small troupe of astonishingly smart performing artists who, just a few years ago...

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The Piano
(Off Off Broadway, Theatre for the New City)
Review by Ken Kaissar

BOTTOM LINE: An elegant and potentially beautiful new play that is hindered by a lack of focus and detail.

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Chinese Coffee
(Off Off Broadway, Roy Arias Stage II, On the Wind Productions)
Review by Teddy Nicholas

BOTTOM LINE: Two friends have an intense all-night conversation which changes the course of their friendship and their future.

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Love Letters
(Broadway, Brooks Atkinson Theatre)
Review by Andy Buck

BOTTOM LINE: A high-priced but pleasant and expertly performed revival of A.R. Gurney’s two-character romantic comedy.

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Camille O’Sullivan In Residence
(Off Off Broadway, Irish Arts Center)
Review by Shani R. Friedman

BOTTOM LINE: A limited engagement with the theatrical, charming Franco-Irish chanteuse the BBC calls the “Queen of the Fringe.”

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Mr. Landing Takes a Fall
(Off Off Broadway, The Flea Theater, Slightly Altered States)
Review by Dave Osmundsen

BOTTOM LINE: A hilarious and touching absurdist exploration of who we live with and how we live with them, acted with gusto by a great ensemble.

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Daughters of the Sexual Revolution
(Off Off Broadway, WorkShop Theater Company)
Review by Maya Phillips

BOTTOM LINE: Three women make life-changing choices regarding their sexual freedom in this engaging -- and at times comedic -- drama about sex, liberation and personal ethics.

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