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2nd Story’s’ masterful A Few Good Men
Wow. A Few Good Men may take place in a courtroom rather than on a battlefield, but you wouldn't know that from the psychological carnage explosively inflicted.
| June 08, 2012
2nd Story’s inspiring Little Women
Louisa May Alcott's Little Women is so beloved a morsel of American literary optimism that it would be hard to do badly with an adaptation of the 1868 novel. And there have been numerous ones, from films to an opera and a musical.
Timeless acts of kindness
| November 25, 2011
Burbage’s muddled Maids
There are employee/employer disputes and then there is Jean Genet's The Maids , which makes the West Virginia railroad riots of 1877 look like an arms-crossed kid pouting over spinach on a plate.
| August 19, 2011
Review: 2nd Story's spirited Speech & Debate
Considering the dark core at the center of Speech & Debate — a sexual predator — it might seem incongruous that Steven Karam's celebrated play is hilarious. But at 2nd Story Theatre, that dark cloud doesn't inhibit the sunshine as three intrepid h
| July 15, 2011
Review: Burbage's manic The Maderati
Pity the poor, rich Manhattan literati within seduction distance, or at least bon mot range, of artistic celebrities.
The art of pretension
| May 06, 2011
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