By the Way, Meet Vera Stark
Off Broadway, Signature Theatre

Reviewed by Sarah Moore

BOTTOM LINE: Kamilah Forbes' refreshing revival of By the Way, Meet Vera Stark reinvigorates the play for 2019.

In 2011, By the Way, Meet Vera Stark premiered at Second Stage, on the heels of Lynn Nottage’s first Pulitzer Prize-winning play Ruined. As a satirical dark comedy, it wasn’t what audiences were expecting of Lynn Nottage, and it probably wasn’t what they were expecting in 2011. In its 2019 revival, New York theater may finally have caught up with Vera Stark...

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Bonnie's Last Flight
(Off Off Broadway, Next Door at NYTW)
Review by Emily Cordes

BOTTOM LINE: A funny, endearing meditation on air travel and human nature.

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The American Tradition
(Off Off Broadway, New Light Theatre Project)
Review by Dan Rubins

BOTTOM LINE: A century-bending, darkly funny interrogation of America's racist past and present, The American Tradition does something new.

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(Off Broadway, National Theatre of Scotland at NYU Skirball)
Review by Keith Paul Medelis

BOTTOM LINE: Visiting from the National Theatre of Scotland, Adam is kind of a one-person show for two actors about a transgender Muslim man and his discovery of identity.

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(Off Broadway, Hudson Stage at 59E59 Theaters)
Review by Shoshana Roberts

BOTTOM LINE: A battle of wits between author Patricia Highsmith and the young publisher who thinks he can convince her to write one final book before she dies.

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(Off Off Broadway, Recognize Theatre at MCS Theatre)
Review by Ken Kaissar

BOTTOM LINE: A cautionary tale about the damaging effects of a life in porn.

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Ah, Wilderness!
(Off Off Broadway, Blackfriars Repertory Theatre and Storm Theatre Company at Sheen Center)
Review by Shoshana Roberts

BOTTOM LINE: A young man works through heartbreak as his family attempts to celebrate the fourth of July in 1906.

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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.