Robert Hofler


Review: ‘Cobb’


The Melting Pot Theater's production of Lee Blessing's "Cobb" is that rare evening at the theater that leaves you wanting more. Blessing's Cobb is a complex character, a truly great but sometimes…

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TV ad bounces to stage


Most new musicals come from the movies. But has there ever been a stage tuner based on a hit TV commercial? Willing Partners has just inked a deal with writer-director Charles Randolph-Wright…

Review: ‘Big Potato’


If expectations are everything, Arthur Laurents hasn't lowered them quite enough for the world premiere of "Big Potato," his new play about an amateur Nazi hunter in Kew Gardens, Queens, circa 1975…

‘Wife’ gets new life


Charles Busch announced Thursday at the opening-night party for his new play "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife" that he would not be following Linda Lavin into the title role of the manic Upper West…

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