Steven Oxman

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'Grease'

Review: 'Grease'

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While "Grease," the touring version of the recently closed Broadway revival, lacks the inspiration and emotional sincerity needed to be more than merely peppy and puerile, it does come alive from a…

'Ruined'

Review: 'Ruined'

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Lynn Nottage takes on one of playwriting's toughest challenges -- the dramatization of distant, gruesome political realities -- in her elegant and eloquent new work, "Ruined."

'Edward II'
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Review: 'Edward II'

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Raw and relentless, fierce and fascinating, respectful to the original and also wildly original, this "promenade" production of Christopher Marlowe's "Edward II" -- most of the audience stands for…

'Dirty Dancing'

Review: 'Dirty Dancing'

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One of the odder theatrical experiences, the stage version of "Dirty Dancing" is a gargantuan souvenir of the 1987 movie, serving up generous layers of pretty cheesy nostalgia to an audience that…

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