REVIEW: EL RANCHO GRANDE | May 21, 2013
Having a yen Mexican food and limiting yourself to tacos and burritos is like craving French food and choosing french fries.
REMIXING SHAKESPEARE | May 13, 2013
From music to costumes to inserted interludes of dance and mad poetry, this staging is vivacious.
A CLOSE ENCOUNTER | May 13, 2013
The set-up couldn't be more straightforward: two strangers are having a conversation in New York's Central Park. Correspondingly, the set couldn't be more simple: a park bench in front of tall color photographs of its bucolic backdrop.
REVIEW: TRATTORIA LONGO | May 13, 2013
Preparing most Italian dishes doesn't require the complexity of organic chemistry. Fresh ingredients, a good recipe, well-timed cooking, and ecco! Benissimo!
SOUR AND DOUR SOULS | May 07, 2013
Some people are brittle and dry as tinder, but they don't have the sense to not play with matches. The two women at the dangerous center of Martin McDonagh's The Beauty Queen of Leenane could blaze up at any moment, and we know that one or both will by the end. Each is filled with so much pent-up hatred that spontaneous combustion seems a distinct possibility.
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