Tovah Feldshuh

Turner flies 'High'

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It was hardly nunsense at Tuesday's opening night for "High" at the Booth Theater. Nonetheless, Kathleen Turner's Broadway return as caustically comic, foul mouthed Sister Jamison Connelly drew…

Marketplace

Review: 'Hello, Dolly!'

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In several interviews, Tovah Feldshuh has outlined her intellectualized take on Dolly Gallagher Levi, theorizing that the meddling matchmaker was a refugee from the Irish potato famine of the 1840s…

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Review: 'Just My Luck'

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As disposable as a broken mirror, "Just My Luck" plays like a focus-group compilation of everything a 12-year-old girl could want in a Lindsay Lohan movie -- boy-band soundtrack and super-chic…

Golda's Balcony

Review: 'Golda's Balcony'

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With the anxiety surrounding the Palestinian election victory of Hamas -- not to mention the arguments generated by Steven Spielberg's morally dense "Munich" -- the timing seems right to revisit the…

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Review: 'The Corruptor'

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Striving to achieve the moral complexity, political resonance and powerful characterizations that prevailed in such 1970s policiers as "The French Connection" and "Serpico," James Foley's "The…