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Month in Review – Janurary

Museum Exhibits: History of Magic @ the New-York Historical Society – Too bad this has closed. It was well-curated with historical artifacts and it surprisingly wasn’t creepy at all. Movies: Second Act – the second worst movie I have seen … Continue reading

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Just a Girl You Met Once

I have tried to rush Once three times. Yes, I have stood out in the rain and the snow on three seperate occasions, each time with a friend in tow who believed the reward for this suffering would be a … Continue reading

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A Place Like Tiffany’s

I went and saw Breakfast at Tiffany’s on Broadway this weekend. The show’s still in previews, and it’s not quite polished yet. I am a big fan of both the novella and the classic film starring Audrey Hepburn, so I … Continue reading

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Day By Day

I saw Godspell this weekend at the Circle in the Square theatre on Broadway. It’s such a simple show, and I wasn’t expecting to be dazzled. Hunter Parrish was a guileless, ¬†childlike Jesus. He’s a strong actor, but a less … Continue reading

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Arcadia

I do love Stoppard. He’s quite witty, like Wilde, but he makes you work for it. Arcadia is enjoying a short run on Broadway, and I went saw it with a couple of friends last week. The cast was superb. … Continue reading

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“Lady” Bracknell

Why do I love The Importance of Being Earnest so much? Oscar Wilde is ridiculously funny. And I do have a soft spot in my heart for pithy period British comedies. But, from an actor’s perspective, I think the main … Continue reading

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