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THEATER REVIEW: “Teeth of the Sons” at the Cherry Lane Theater

Teeth of the Sons by Joseph Sousa, at the Cherry Lane Theater, examines family and faith from the perspective of two brothers, each vying to be the one regarded as successful by the rest of their family – and in one’s case, his God. Continue reading

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February Theatre in NYC…so far, so mix-of-good-and-bad!

Enjoy my musings on the two pieces I saw this month, the lackluster “Dog and Wolf” at 59E59th and the far more engaging rumination on growing old as a Gen Xer, “Extinction” at the Cherry Lane Theater. Continue reading

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