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 Review :: A White Girl's Guide To International Terrorism

Review :: A White Girl's Guide To International Terrorism

By Adam Brinklow | Feb 27
As promised by the title, much of writer Chelsea Marcantel and director Morgan Green's new show explores how unlikely people become drawn into violent movements in the Internet age.

 Review :: Hamilton

Review :: Hamilton

By Adam Brinklow | Feb 26
Although this is not a once-in-a-lifetime show—it'll surely play again many times in the future—it's still not exaggeration to call it a once-in-a-generation kind of work.

 Review :: Julia Sweeney: Older & Wider

Review :: Julia Sweeney: Older & Wider

By Kevin Taft | Feb 19
Julia Sweeney is as fresh and on-the-ball as ever.

 Review :: School of Rock - The Musical

Review :: School of Rock - The Musical

By Robert Nesti | Feb 15
There are twelve reasons to see "School of Rock," and they are the young actors who play the students that slacker Dewey Finn finds himself teaching in this musical adaptation of Richard Linklater's 2003 comedy.

Michael Jackson Musical to Open on Broadway, Skips Chicago

Michael Jackson Musical to Open on Broadway, Skips Chicago

Feb 15
A stage musical about Michael Jackson will skip making its debut in Chicago and instead open on Broadway in summer 2020.

 Review :: Mark Morris Dance Group, 'Pepperland'

Review :: Mark Morris Dance Group, 'Pepperland'

By Sue Katz | Feb 11
The audience's standing ovation for this 65 minute, non-stop performance is raucous.

 Review :: Beautiful - The Carole King Musical

Review :: Beautiful - The Carole King Musical

By Robert Nesti | Feb 4
Carole King recently said that the show allows audience to put aside the chaos of the world for a couple of hours; too bad it isn't as transporting as she may think. Sorry, but the earth didn't move under my feet.

 Review :: Cats - 2019 National Tour

Review :: Cats - 2019 National Tour

By Will Demers | Jan 29
Kicking off its national tour in Providence, it's plain to see how the spectacle of "Cats" made an impression 30-odd years ago.

'Jagged Little Pill' Heads to Broadway in the Fall

'Jagged Little Pill' Heads to Broadway in the Fall

Jan 28
The acclaimed new musical "Jagged Little Pill" will open on Broadway this fall, at a theater soon to be announced.

 Review :: Broadway @ the Huntington: Christine Ebersole

Review :: Broadway @ the Huntington: Christine Ebersole

By Robert Nesti | Jan 28
Christine Ebersole, the two-time Tony winning star, joined Seth Rudetsky for delightful 90-minutes of songs and conversation this past Saturday.

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