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 Review :: A Charlie Brown Christmas

Review :: A Charlie Brown Christmas

By Clinton Campbell | Dec 3
The title tells you all you need to know. This is a live production of the cartoon special, word for word, and note for note. A jazz trio performs the score while the cast takes us through Charlie's search for meaning at Christmastime.

 Review :: Man in the Ring

Review :: Man in the Ring

By Robert Nesti | Dec 3
Perhaps this compact drama — two near hour-long acts — is too small a canvas for such a sprawling story and too many ideas are played against the events in boxer Emile Griffith's life.

Ahead of Debut, Cher Says Broadway Musical About Her Life is 'Improving'

Ahead of Debut, Cher Says Broadway Musical About Her Life is 'Improving'

Nov 28
Cher doesn't seem fully happy about the upcoming musical about her life, which debuts on Broadway Monday.

 Review :: Torch Song

Review :: Torch Song

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 27
Second Stage produced the first major NYC revival off-Broadway last year and the move to Broadway has not hurt the piece at all.

 Review :: Downstairs

Review :: Downstairs

By Brooke Pierce | Nov 26
Real-life brother and sister Tim Daly and Tyne Daly play siblings Teddy and Irene in Theresa Rebeck's new drama "Downstairs," currently being produced by Primary Stages at the Cherry Lane Theatre.

 Review :: Anything Goes

Review :: Anything Goes

By Rob Urbinati | Nov 26
"Anything Goes" is a great big party - classic American musical comedy at its finest.

Curtain Up: Where to Stay for Your Chicago Theater Getaway

Curtain Up: Where to Stay for Your Chicago Theater Getaway

By Matthew Wexler | Nov 25
Chicago has declared 2019 as The Year of Theater — all the more reason to head to the Windy City for a dramatic getaway with design-centric digs at these two Kimpton hotels.

 Review :: The Waverly Gallery

Review :: The Waverly Gallery

By Frank J. Avella | Nov 23
In Kenneth Lonergan's poignant play, "The Waverly Gallery," Elaine May takes on the role of Gladys Green, a zestful and spirited woman who is slowly losing her memory.

 Review :: Volta (Cirque du Soleil)

Review :: Volta (Cirque du Soleil)

By Adam Brinklow | Nov 23
"Volta," the new Cirque outing playing under the big top behind SF's AT&T Park, which tries to combine a grunge-esque "extreme sports" aesthetic with the Canadian company's usual flighty sense of wonder.

 Review :: ExtraOrdinary

Review :: ExtraOrdinary

By Robert Nesti | Nov 23
The American Repertory Theater is throwing a party on the stage of the Loeb Drama Center to celebrate its recent contributions to musical theater. And why not? It makes for quite a show.

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