‘The Government Inspector’ Delivers Laughs Galore

Update: Since publishing this article, an extension and move for this show were announced. The Government Inspector will complete its run at the Duke Theater on June 24, 2017. It will reopen on July 5 and run through August 20th at New World Stages. To purchase tickets for performances at New World Stages, visit Telecharge.com, call (212) 239-6200, or visit the New World Stages box office (daily, after 1pm).  A…

June 14, 2017
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Review: Mint Theater’s ‘The ‘Lucky One’ Looks at Sibling Rivalry and Favoritism

The name A.A. Milne usually brings thoughts about the teddy bear, Winnie-the-Pooh. Milne wrote a series of stories about the lovable bear as well as poems that have become part of his legacy. However, look deeper into his biography see his success early on as a playwright.  A play he wrote called The Lucky One was originally produced in 1922. It became Milne’s sixth Broadway production in less than two…

May 25, 2017
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“White Guy on the Bus” is a Riveting Piece of Theater

A Review of “White Guy on the Bus” WHITE GUY ON THE BUS  is a play that examines several aspects of how races regard each other in America. Written by playwright Bruce Graham, this production is directed by Bud Martin and produced by Delaware Theatre Company. The show will run at 59E59 Theaters until Sunday, April 16. The play opens with Ralph, a wealthy white business man, standing alone onstage….

March 16, 2017
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