On Blueberry Hill
Off Broadway, Origin 1st Irish Festival at 59E59

Reviewed by Ran Xia

BOTTOM LINE: Sebastian Barry's two-hander is a beautifully nuanced yet thrilling tale about loss, grief, and forgiveness.

Fats Domino’s "Blueberry Hill" is about longing, loss and that glimpse of loveliness in the distance, in the bygone memories. It’s a cheerful tune, coming from that gut-wrenching place recognizable to anyone who’s lost someone. And from that swirl of music, memories, and complicated morality, Sebastian Barry's On Blueberry Hill threads two strands of stories, weaving them together into a tapestry of unforgiving fate. ...

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Nursery Rhymes
(Off Off Broadway, WinterFest at Hudson Guild Theatre)
Review by Jake Goldbas

BOTTOM LINE: Millennials and baby boomers will find a light-hearted inquiry into present-day parenthood.

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Is This A Room: Reality Winner Verbatim Transcription
(Off Off Broadway, Half Straddle at The Kitchen)
Review by Keith Paul Medelis

BOTTOM LINE: What isn't said in this verbatim transcript of a play has the most weight.

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Grey Rock
(Off Off Broadway, La MaMa)
Review by Piper Rasmussen

BOTTOM LINE: Amir Nizar Zuabi explores one man's "moon shot" and the wish-fulfilling qualities of American science fiction.

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Hear Word! Naija Woman Talk True
(Off Off Broadway, Under the Radar Festival)
Review by Keith Paul Medelis

BOTTOM LINE: Ifeoma Fafunwa’s Hear Word! is a powerful of-the-moment collection of monologues and songs addressing feminism in Nigeria.

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Choir Boy
(Broadway, Samuel J. Friedman Theatre)
Review by Dan Rubins

BOTTOM LINE: Song speaks louder than words in Tarell Alvin McCraney's Broadway debut.

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Blue Ridge
(Off Broadway, Atlantic Theater Company)
Review by Ken Kaissar

BOTTOM LINE: A brilliant new drama by Abby Rosebrock, performed flawlessly by a virtuoso ensemble.

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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.