Matt Wolf

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Review: ‘Ashes to Ashes’

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Do you feel you're being hypnotized?" Devlin (Stephen Rea) asks Rebecca (Lindsay Duncan) early in Harold Pinter's hourlong "Ashes to Ashes," which inaugurates the Royal Court's new second stage on…

Review: ‘Swan Lake’

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If a moribund West End is looking for someone to shake it to life, it could do worse than turn to Matthew Bourne, the director-choreographer whose thrilling Adventures in Motion Pictures production…

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Review: ‘Kiss the Sky’

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A Bush Theater production of a musical in two acts by Jim Cartwright. Directed by Mike Bradwell, musical arrangements and direction by Neil McArthur. Sets, Geoff Rose; costumes, Rose, Rachel Turner…

Review: ‘Translations’

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The particular beauty of Brian Friel's "Translations" can be difficult to translate to an audience, as the Abbey Theater's current revival makes clear. (A separate production flopped on Broadway two…

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Review: ‘Voyeurz’

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Musical numbers: "Intro/Dreamtime," "Come to Me/Sin," "Reflections," "Sex on a Train," "Out in Style," "The Hole," "Xtropia," "The Hole (Continued)," "Swing, " "Kinda Slow Now," "Insatiable," "Go for…

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Review: ‘War and Peace’

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Leo Tolstoy's 1868-69 "War and Peace" includes heroism among its many topics, and there can hardly be a more heroic -- some would say foolhardy -- gesture than adapting this novel for the stage. The…

Review: ‘Martin Guerre’

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There's not a helicopter or a barricade to be seen in "Martin Guerre," the new Alain Boublil/Claude-Michel Schonberg musical that takes as its source the same 16 th-century French story to have…

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