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Theater Review: New York Round-Up — “Junk,” The Red Shoes,” “The Band’s Visit”

November 17, 2017
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The irony implied by Junk after the curtain goes down is the realization that white collar crime does pay.

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Fuse Theater Review: South Pacific Endures

September 28, 2011
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“South Pacific” endures in this production (and will in others) because it centers on two love stories that are “lovely beyond description.

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Culture Vulture: The Met in New York or The Met in HD?

October 16, 2010
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I’ve been ruined by the Met at the Mall. Despite the worn-out, industrial carpeting and the popcorn and the lack of glamor, there are great advantages in seeing opera at the movies these days with state-of-the-art technology, especially the sound. By Helen Epstein. After spending most of the last opera season at the Burlington Mall…

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