Airline Highway
Broadway, Friedman Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club

Reviewed by Sarah Moore

BOTTOM LINE: This moving, dark comedy about a group of misfits living in a New Orleans motel is an exciting new play option on Broadway.

When you walk into the Friedman Theatre, where Lisa D’Amour’s new play Airline Highway opened on Thursday, you can almost hear the hum of the neon lights on the sign for the Hummingbird Motel. Scott Pask’s gorgeously atmospheric set instantly transports you to the parking lot of the motel, which, with its weekly rates, is more like an apartment complex...

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The Spring Fling: Anniversary
(Off Off Broadway, IRT Theatre, F*It Club)
Review by Sarah Weber

BOTTOM LINE: The F*It Club wows us again with another set of six new short plays.

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Rule of 7x7: Spring Edition
(Off Off Broadway, The Tank)
Review by Shoshana Roberts

BOTTOM LINE: Seven new writers incorporate seven random rules into their newly written ten minute plays in this hilarious evening for the trendy millennial crowd.

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Finding Neverland
(Broadway, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre)
Review by Jerron Herman

BOTTOM LINE: This new starry Broadway musical will transport you to the very core of your imagination.

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The Visit
(Broadway, Lyceum Theatre)
Review by Dan Dinero

BOTTOM LINE: Likely one of the most divisive shows of this Broadway season, Kander and Ebb’s unforgettable The Visit is a must-see for any serious fan of musical theatre.

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The Belle of Belfast
(Off Broadway, Irish Rep. at the DR2 Theatre)
Review by Cindy Pierre

BOTTOM LINE: A potty-mouthed young woman with many open wounds falls in love with and seduces a neighborhood priest.

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Go To Sleep, Goddamnit!
(Off Off Broadway, The Tank, Krumple Theatre Company)
Review by Alaina Feehan

BOTTOM LINE: There isn’t a word of dialogue in this piece, but the actors have a lot to say.

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