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CurtainUp

Its Shakespeare done with utter simplicity that unlocks the play's magic...[Director Ryan] Lee orchestrates it with no satiric twist--and it comes across right as rain

...captures its life-enhancing message of rebirth and redemption...Tess Frazer and Jon-Michael Miller...have excellent chemistry and charm to spare.

Journalist: 
Deirdre Donovan
About Show: 
The Winter's Tale

Jaworowski's dialogue rings true and is often funny and touching at the same time

The small, intimate WorkShop Theater is the perfect venue for a play about crucial decision-making moments...Interchange has many lovely moments of connection and discovery...worth your while

Journalist: 
Megan Finnegan, CurtainUp
About Show: 
Interchange

...it touches the heart and stirs your sympathy...don't miss this current production...

"...amazing spirit...engrossing...a shattering climax...you won't want to miss this rare revival of a landmark work...an unvarnished portrait of an American family..."

Journalist: 
Deirdre Donovan
About Show: 
Miss Lulu Bett

CurtainUp: She Said, She Said

...Desperate Housewives meets Sex and the City … handily directed...It has wit and zest.

Journalist: 
Paulanne Simmons
About Show: 
She Said, She Said

The Guest at Central Park West

startlingly original and unexpected...thoughtful, provocative and very, very funny...energetic direction...pitch perfect acting

Journalist: 
Paulanne Simmons
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