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Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest Review

The play has been resurrected many times in the past century since Oscar Wilde’s first writing in 1895, but few renditions match the perfect execution of the Roundabout Theatre Company’s performance at the American Airlines Theatre. I remember first reading The Importance of Being Earnest for an English class in high school and fell in […]

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A Car-Free Broadway for the People?

Ah, Broadway! The street name has inspired many a song, a movie and is most notably associated with theatrical success.  To the modern New Yorker, however, the name may not first bring to mind musical merriment, but rather a cringe and nightmares of traffic and tourists.  Earlier this year, the city carved out a chunk […]

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Here’s the Deal with Memphis the Musical

So Memphis won the prestigious Tony Award for Best Musical yet many people have still never heard of it. Granted, the people I have been talking to might not keep pace with the ever-changing Broadway scene, though they would have ignored quite a few city bus posters and cab videos to completely miss Memphis’ debut […]

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