Cyrano de Bergerac
Off Off Broadway, Resonance Ensemble at The Theatre at St. Clement's

Reviewed by Angel Lam

BOTTOM LINE: A new adaptation of the classic French play using a multi-talented group of eight actors/musicians.

Cyrano de Bergerac was written in 1897 by Edmond Rostand, loosely based on a real person of the same name who lived in France from 1619-1655. In this play, Cyrano de Bergerac, a cadet (a nobleman serving as a soldier) in the French Army, here performed by Tony Award-nominee Gabriel Barre, is a confident, strong-willed man of many talents...

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Prodigal Son
(Off Broadway, Manhattan Theater Club at New York City Center Stage I)
Review by Zachary Conner

BOTTOM LINE: An intelligent and provocative coming-of-age story set against the background of religious and academic isolation.

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The Grand Paradise
(Off Broadway, 383 Troutman Street, Third Rail Projects)
Review by Stephen Kaplan

BOTTOM LINE: The perfect escape from a cold winter to a unique and thoroughly immersive 1970s-era tropical fantasy.

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Due to Events
(Off Off Broadway, The Brick, Human Head Performance Group)
Review by Artem Yatsunov

BOTTOM LINE: Ninety-minutes of obscurity wrapped in charm, with squirrels.

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Chatting with the Tea Party
(Off Off Broadway, Robert Moss Theater, Real Theater Productions)
Review by Ken Kaissar

BOTTOM LINE: A documentary-style play that sets out to humanize the people behind the Tea Party.

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Pedro Castillo Is Innocent
(Off Off Broadway, Theatre for the New City, The Textile Company)
Review by Sarah Moore

BOTTOM LINE: Pedro Castillo is Innocent is a meaningful attempt to dramatize the important story of wrongfully imprisoned Fernando Bermudez.

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Slut: the Play
(Off Off Broadway, Dixon Place,The Arts Effect)
Review by Linda Buchwald

BOTTOM LINE: Slut: The Play is an authentic look at what it means to be a teenage girl today, and one that teenagers and adults could learn something from.

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Featured Artist


The work of Meghan Finn (director) and Alaina Ferris (composer/performer) can currently be seen inĀ The Offending Gesture, playing at The Connelly Theater, 440 East 4th Street, through January 23rd. Check out this interview with Meghan and Alaina to learn more about their process and this funny, poignant play about Nazi Germany, war, and dogs. Read the Theasy review of The Offending Gesture here. It's a Best Bet!