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"You gotta love a show where you feel a part of the atmosphere, invited into the culture, all the while moved with the rhythm of the story. That, my friends, is the feeling you feel watching 'Daphne’s Dive'...Kail perfectly masters the pacing of the vignettes, keeping us on our toes...Samira Wiley is the heart, soul and liver of the bar and you simply cannot take your eyes off her...Go on and have a drink at 'Daphne’s Dive' and bring a friend--you’ll have a lot to discuss and reminisce about." Full Review
"'Revolt' is this master culmination of every single female voice and the strides they’ve made in the theatre...What an amazing fit director Cruz was to Birch’s words. She mastered the simplicity and stark, alienating tone of the first half, and the gutting, explosive second half...You must (must must) go see for yourself. It is certainly the diadem on the crown of feminist theatre. You’ll be thinking about this one for years to come." Full Review
"If you are in search of a charming evening, look no further than this production of 'Daddy Long Legs.' Not only is it endearing and syrupy sweet, it is a lovely break from the modern world of texts and tweets and may inspire you to write a letter of your own." Full Review
for a previous production "'Indecent' is nothing short of absolute brilliance. The audience communally sat in awe, laughing quickly at every nuance and sharing heartbreak as it came, which culminated to us leaping to our feet at the final blackout…The cast is exceptional…The direction by co-creator Rebecca Taichman perfectly embodied the piece’s humor, history and vaudevillian homage to the times." Full Review
"The crown jewel of Broadway just arrived…Jessie Mueller took on the role of Jenna with grace, humanity and ingenuity…It left the audience so blissfully connected, you could find them audibly weeping when struggles came afoot. Mueller’s voice filled Sara Bareilles’s iconic style absolutely perfectly, and her connection to the words, be it playful phrases or palpable pathos, was just an absolute treat…Diane Paulus did wonders staging this beautiful show." Full Review