The Heidi Chronicles
Broadway, Music Box Theatre

Reviewed by Shani R. Friedman

BOTTOM LINE: A talented, star-studded ensemble deftly takes on the revival of Wendy Wasserstein’s seminal feminist character study.

I think the main question for a lot of people seeing The Heidi Chronicles, which premiered more than a quarter century ago, is whether a play about the aspirations of the Boomer generation and the early years of the feminist movement -- that was very of-the-moment in the late 1980s -- will be dated now, or still feel relevant? My answer: yes to both...

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House of Tards
(Off Off Broadway, Stonewall Inn)
Review by Andy Buck

BOTTOM LINE: Dangerously funny sketch comedy by three legends of downtown theater.

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Book of Moron
(Off Broadway, Urban Stages)
Review by Sarah Weber

BOTTOM LINE: Robert Dubac has lost his memory, but he can regain his sense of truth with the help of his wit and the voices in his head.

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Lonesome Traveler
(Off Broadway, 59E59 Theatres)
Review by Shawna Cormier

BOTTOM LINE: Let's all sing together as this musical revue takes us through the history of American folk.

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The Feast
(Off Broadway, The Flea)
Review by Shoshana Roberts

BOTTOM LINE: An artist goes crazy as he hears screams from the toilet.

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(The Metropolitan Opera)
Review by Cindy Pierre

BOTTOM LINE: A desirable woman in 16th-century Spain is madly in love with an outlaw despite two other, much more suitable, nobleman suitors.

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I'm Looking For Helen Twelvetrees
(Off Broadway, Abrons Arts Center)
Review by Linda Buchwald

BOTTOM LINE: Brooke Bloom and Keith Nobbs give strong performances in David Greenspan's at times confusing memory play.

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