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January 17, 2011

The Merchant of Venice is fantastic!

I had the great pleasure of seeing the Merchant of Venice with my good friend Niro last Friday, courtesy of my good friend Stacie. The Merchant of Venice is actually one of the few Shakespeare [...]
January 27, 2010

A Perfect Crime was a perfect time

by Stacie Rabinowitz Last Monday night Fabrice and I had the pleasure of going to see the longest-running play in New York, “A Perfect Crime.” Although neither of us had heard much about it, as [...]
February 23, 2009

The Winter’s Tale is fantastic

I saw William Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale last Thursday at the BAM in Brooklyn and loved it. The play is one of BAM’s “Bridge Projects” bringing together talent from London and New York. [...]
November 15, 2008

Tom Stoppard on Chekhov

On Tuesday, I had the privilege to attend an interview with Tom Stoppard at BAM by David Remnick, an editor at the New Yorker. The event epitomized what I love about New York [...]
June 26, 2008

Reasons to be Pretty was disappointing

Having enjoyed Fat Pig and The Shape of Things so much, I had high expectations for Reasons to be Pretty. Unfortunately, the play did not live up to my expectations. The [...]
June 24, 2008

The Shape of Things is fantastic!

I went to a reading of The Shape of Things by Neil Labute last night. The Shape of Things is Neil’s first play in his trilogy on beauty. I already loved Fat Pig [...]
June 10, 2008

Fat Pig is fantastic!

I was considering going to see the play Reasons to Be Pretty by Neil LaBute, which is running until July 5. It has been getting rave reviews for its trenchant commentary on the high value [...]
May 23, 2008

Patrick Stewart’s Macbeth is fantastic!

I had the privilege of seeing Patrick Stewart’s Macbeth last night at the Lyceum Theater before it closes on May 24. I loved the re-interpretation of the setting with Macbeth playing a Stalin-like figure with [...]
January 10, 2008

If you are in New York, go see Rock ‘n’ Roll

I have always been a huge fan of Tom Stoppard’s plays and movies especially Arcadia, Shakespeare in Love and Empire of the Sun. I just saw Rock ‘n’ Roll, a play about communism, the 1968 [...]