Camp Morning Wood

Reviewed by Dan Dinero

BOTTOM LINE: Just in time for Pride, this new musical manages to have both a ton of naked men AND a plot, not to mention an important message about celebrating one’s body, no matter the size.

Oh, how the gays love their pound (or more) of flesh. It's a well-known trope that any self-respecting gay play will have its share of eye candy...The new musical Camp Morning Wood is meant to be Naked Boys Singing with a plot. But if you’re expecting a deep dive into the contemporary gay milieu, well, read that title again...

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Beauty and the Beast
(Regional, Paper Mill Playhouse)
Review by Dan Rubins

BOTTOM LINE: There isn't something there that wasn't there before, but it's a solid Beauty and the Beast at Paper Mill Playhouse.

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The Secret Life of Bees
(Off Broadway, Atlantic Theater Company)
Review by Dan Rubins

BOTTOM LINE: Despite its stellar cast, new musical adaptation The Secret Life of Bees is more bumble than honeybee.

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Long Lost
(Off Broadway, MTC at City Center Stage I)
Review by Shani R. Friedman

BOTTOM LINE: A well-acted, solid, but fairly predictable new drama from Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Margulies.

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Lost My Train of Thought / Whiskey Flicks Live! The King of New York
(Off Off Broadway, So-fi Festival at Westbeth's The (Bell Labs) Boardroom)
Review by Emily Cordes

BOTTOM LINE: Part of the latest So-Fi Festival, two interactive plays test the boundaries of story and performance.

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Everything That Happened and Would Happen
(Off Broadway, Park Avenue Armory)
Review by Ken Kaissar

BOTTOM LINE: A stunning performance piece, enormous in scale and scope, inspired by 20th-century history, that requires a great deal of patience.

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Nomad Motel
(Off Broadway, Atlantic Theater Company's Stage 2)
Review by Asya Gorovits

BOTTOM LINE: Life is a struggle when you are a teenager with a dysfunctional single parent, but Nomad Motel assures us that as long as you have a friend who pushes you to follow your dream, all is not lost.

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