Bob Verini

Sinclair Broadcast Group

Review: ‘Urinetown’

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Some big Broadway shows, good as they are, improve with shrinkage. Case in point: "Sweeney Todd." As "Sweeney" got teeny, first under helmer Susan H. Schulman and later under John Doyle, its themes…

Review: ‘Rabbit Hole’

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David Lindsay-Abaire's "Rabbit Hole" is a play tailor-made for people who, as a rule, don't care for plays -- who find the theater too rarefied, artificial or remote from their everyday existence…

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Review: ‘Nighthawks’

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Donna Marquet's setting looks right, but everything else goes wrong in Douglas Steinberg's clumsy dramatization of Edward Hopper's 1942 painting "Nighthawks." Some see despair, others menace in…

Review: ‘Fences’

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Time has enhanced the luster of "Fences." Dozens of dysfunctional-family dramas have come and gone since its 1987 Pulitzer win, but August Wilson's tragedy of a working man at war with his family and…

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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