The Turn of the Screw
Off Off Broadway, The Morris-Jumel Mansion, Everyday Inferno

Reviewed by Dave Osmundsen

BOTTOM LINE: A sufficiently chilling, though not quite riveting, adaptation of Henry James’ classic ghost story, presented in the beautiful historic Morris-Jumel mansion.

It’s very fitting that Everyday Inferno stages its adaptation of James’ novella in a tiny room in the Morris-Jumel mansion, which has a bit of a ghostly history itself. Those who love historic houses are recommended to take some time before the show to look around the mansion, which contains gorgeously furnished and well-kept rooms that prominent historical figures such as George Washington and Alexander Burr lived in...

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Excuse My Dust
(Off Off Broadway, SoHo Playhouse)
Review by Adrienne Urbanski

BOTTOM LINE: This series of vignettes taken from literary legend Dorothy Parker's writing offers comedic and dramatic moments performed with intensity by Jennifer Engstrom.

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On The Town
(Broadway, Lyric Theatre)
Review by Ben Coleman

BOTTOM LINE: Though On The Town brings some splendid choreography and performances, this revival does not dance its way into our our hearts.

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Powwow Highway
(Off Off Broadway, HERE, AMERINDA, Inc.)
Review by Alaina Feehan

BOTTOM LINE: While an honest effort with some fun moments, this play lacks a logical narrative.

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Rap Guide to Religion
(Off Broadway, SoHo Playhouse)
Review by Jerron Herman

BOTTOM LINE: Drama Desk nominee and Canadian artist Baba Brinkman raps and rips into the intricacies of religion.

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(Off Broadway, Ars Nova)
Review by Teddy Nicholas

BOTTOM LINE: In this comedy with bite, a wealthy father and son encounter two strange grifters at their ski resort in early '90s Colorado.

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Alexander bis & Comedy on the Bridge
(Off Broadway, Gotham Chamber Opera)
Review by Cindy Pierre

BOTTOM LINE: A double bill of short, comedic operas with visual and audio appeal that triumph in style as much as they triumph in humor.

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Featured Artist


Busy costume designer Travis Boatright has a lot going on these days. You can see her work in the upcoming musical Royal Fables, presented by Libra Theater Company at the Access Theatre starting October 30th. We learned about her background, her influences, her love of Disney princesses, and her (somewhat incongruous) tendency to work with blood and gore.

Read the Theasy interview with Travis here!