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25 May 2018

 

Actor/playwright Tom Dugan’s superb award winning one-man show Wiesenthal is a must-see for anyone who loves great acting, writing, drama,...

25 May 2018

Most plays I review are full-length narrative works, so this critic is used to that familiar format, just like I prefer to read complete novels or...

16 May 2018

Brad Zimmerman’s My Son the Waiter, which “Zimmy” wrote and stars in, opens with a string of Borscht Belt jokes. They’re funny, especially for those...

16 May 2018

 

While there have been some roller derby movies, notably in the 1970s with Raquel Welch’s 1972 Kansas City Bomber and the 1975 sci fi pic ...

13 May 2018

Around 90 years before Stormy Daniels burst onto the scene, Mae West shook vaudeville, Broadway, Hollywood and then Las Vegas. Buzzworks Theater Company’s...

08 May 2018

Note: This review contains plot spoilers.]

 

I “celebrated” Karl Marx’s 200th birthday by attending a theatrical version of the 1940 novel ...

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