Matt Wolf

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Review: 'Indian Ink'

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You don't have to think "Arcadia" a masterpiece, as I do, to be stupefied by "Indian Ink," Tom Stoppard's clunky and obvious reworking of his 1991 radio play "In the Native State." While Peter Wood's…

Review: 'Hamlet'

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Broadway should prepare for an adrenalin rush with Jonathan Kent's new "Hamlet," which brings Ralph Fiennes back to the stage as the moodiest of matinee idols, and finds in Francesca Annis the best…

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Review: 'The Dance of Death'

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Strindberg's celebrated portrait of marital rancor is wearing a bit thin, at least if Swedish director Peter Stormare's Almeida Theater revival is any gauge. Although cast with two fine actors, John…

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Review: 'Leave Taking'

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"Who listens to me apart from God?," asks Enid Matthews (Jenni George), the fraught mother at the heart of "Leave Taking," whose oldest daughter Del (Karen Tomlin) long ago took her emotional leave…

Review: 'Oliver!'

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"Oliver!" may be Britain's most cherished musical but that doesn't mean it's particularly good, and no amount of stunning scenery -- these days a British musical given -- in the new Cameron…

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Review: 'The Editing Process'

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William (Alan Howard), the beleaguered editor of the London journal Footnotes in History, looks bewildered at the start of "The Editing Process," and for a considerable amount of Meredith Oakes' new…

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