Bob Verini

Review: ‘Water & Power’

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Midway through the world premiere of "Water & Power" comes a lengthy scene so perfectly written, directed and played, so chilling and yet so hilarious, that it justifies the efforts of sketch comedy…

Review: ‘Little Women’

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Louisa May Alcott would doubtless be perplexed by the alterations in tone and character perpetrated on her timeless classic by "Little Women -- The Broadway Musical." As a staunch advocate of youth…

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‘Sleeper Cell’

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Many hit shows -- "Lost," "Medium" -- grab us by exploiting our imagined fears. This year, "Sleeper Cell" sustained 10 hours of nail-biting suspense by playing off some very real ones.

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‘Bleak House’

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When Brit scribe Andrew Davies sets out to bring a great work of fiction to the screen, he doesn't avoid watching previous versions so as not to be unduly influenced. Instead, he actively seeks them…

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