Butcher Holler Here We Come
Off Broadway, The Tank, Aztec Economy

Reviewed by Shoshana Roberts

BOTTOM LINE: A thrilling look at what happens to mens' minds when they are trapped in extreme circumstances underground and in the dark.

Turn out the lights and listen. What do you hear? Breathing? Singing? Moans? Heavy steps? As a part of Dark Fest at The Tank, the show Butcher Holler Here We Come was created under the criteria that it was required to use an alternative light source. This show went with headlamps. Throughout the performance there are times where everyone can be seen and others where the pitch black surrounds all. With the inability to use my sight at times...

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Summer Shorts Series A
(Off Broadway, 59E59 Theatres)
Review by Ken Kaissar

BOTTOM LINE: A fun, intelligent, and moving compilation of three short plays by Neil LaBute, Vickie Ramirez, and Matthew Lopez.

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Three Days to See
(Off Broadway, Theatre 79, Transport Group)
Review by Regina Robbins

BOTTOM LINE: An inspired, joyful examination of the life of Helen Keller, in her own words.

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Amazing Grace
(Broadway, Nederlander Theatre)
Review by Lee Kinney

BOTTOM LINE: A historical musical with some historical trouble.

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Single Wide
(Off Off Broadway, PTC Performance Space, NYMF)
Review by Ken Kaissar

BOTTOM LINE: A charming new country musical with great lyrics, fun music, and strong, likeable characters.

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(Off Broadway, 59E59 Theatres, Portland Center Stage, ACT)
Review by Keith Paul Medelis

BOTTOM LINE: A first act bedroom comedy gives way to an explosive second act about cultural clashes of Islamic fundamentalism and other tricky subjects.

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Odd Birdz
(Off Broadway, The Players Theatre, Tziporela)
Review by Angel Lam

BOTTOM LINE: Funny and fast-paced mini comedy skits performed by an ensemble of eight exhilarating actors.

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