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  • Broadway Reviews – The Waverly Gallery

    Waverly Gallery Reviews

    Broadway Reviews –  The Waverly Gallery Kenneth Lonergan‘s The Waverly Gallery Reviews. Featuring Academy Award nominees Elaine May and Lucas Hedges, Tony Award winners Joan Allen and David Cromer, and, in his third Lonergan play, Tony nominee Michael Cera, the show officially opened on Broadway last week.  Critical response was mostly positive, though a few reviewers found the […]

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  • Broadway Reviews – The Lifespan of a Fact

    Lifespan of a Fact Reviews

    The Lifespan of a Fact Reviews The Lifespan of a Fact reviews! Directed by Tony nominee Leigh Silverman, and starring Daniel Radcliffe, Bobby Cannavale, and Cherry Jones, the show officially opened on Broadway recently at Studio 54. Reviews were mostly positive, though some critics found the story only scratched the emotional surface and the ending too […]

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  • Broadway Reviews – The Ferryman

    The Ferryman Reviews

    The Ferryman – Reviews The Ferryman, the latest from acclaimed playwright Jez Butterworth, officially opened on Broadway recently at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre following a hit London production where it won the 2018 Olivier Awards for Best New Play and Best Director. Reviews were overwhelmingly positive, with only a few critics finding slight cracks […]

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  • Broadway Reviews – Bernhardt/Hamlet

    Bernhardt/Hamlet

    Bernhardt/Hamlet Reviews Roundabout Theatre Company‘s production of Theresa Rebeck‘s new play Bernhardt/Hamlet, starring Tony winner Janet McTeer, officially opened on Broadway last week at the American Airlines Theatre. Reviews were mixed to positive, with many critics praising McTeer’s performance as Sarah Bernhardt and the play’s insight into the theatrical world of the day, giving a […]

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  • Broadway Reviews – The Nap

    The Nap

    The Nap Reviews Manhattan Theatre Club celebrated the official Broadway opening of Richard Bean’s The Nap last week at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.  Directed by Daniel Sulllivan, the play received mixed to positive reactions from critics. Many found the production tightly structured, with snappy and hilarious dialogue and winsome comic performances: New York Magazine […]