Matt Wolf

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Review: ‘1953’

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The emotions aren't all that prove lethal in "1953"; try the play itself. In adapting and updating Racine's 1667 "Andromaque," poet Craig Raine mutates the innate rigor of neo-classical French…

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Review: ‘Jolson’

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Musical numbers: "I'm Sitting on Top of the World," "Rock a Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody," "Toot-Toot-Tootsie Goodbye," "By the Light of the Silvery Moon," "Knock Knock Knock on Your Dressing…

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Review: ‘Sweetheart’

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Nick Grosso suffers the not uncommon second-play slump with his new "Sweetheart," arriving in the same studio theater where his terrific "Peaches" 14 months ago signaled a quirky new voice. Not…

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Review: ‘Goldhawk Road’

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There's more to "Goldhawk Road," Simon Bent's second Bush Theater play in three years, than its apparent inconsequentiality might at first suggest. A look at the denizens of a west London council…

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Review: ‘The Tower’

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The scenery isn't the only thing that clangs in the Almeida Theater's Christmas spectacular, "The Tower," a piece of overripe Romanticism that induces giggles rather than a call to arms. Presented…

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