Edward Rubin

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Reviews (4)
The Glen
Midtown W
Theatre Criticism

"A ‘must see’ play...With all of the jumping back and forth from year to year and from one location to another, the play does get a bit confusing as to where we are at any given moment...Mercifully the actors, as well as the writing, both so wonderful, quickly bring us back to our senses, even as we uncross our eyes...There are a number of extremely moving scenes beautifully executed by the actors, all of which hit home." Full Review

Three on a Match
East Village
New York Theatre Wire

"A must-see, not only for its harrowing subject matter but for its superior direction and for its exceptional cast. It is also the play's blend of the surreal, magical realism, along with the very real, marbled throughout with mind-triggering allusions and mystery, all of which serve to keep the audience riveted to the stage. Talk about the playwright and cast cautiously walking a wobbly tightrope with not a misstep in view." Full Review

New York Theatre Wire

“A niche play for an intellectual audience that is aware of Hannah Arendt, if not Martin Heidegger, as well as a play for those philosophy-loving newbie’s with an intellectual bent...Breathing life into this production is the masterful melding, under the deft hand of director Alexander Harrington, of the actors and technical crew...While all of the actors were simply wonderful, it was Simon’s uncanny channeling of Arendt that kidnapped the entire audience." Full Review

New York Theatre Wire

"To say that I loved the musical 'Ruthless' is a gross understatement. More accurately put, I loved, loved, loved 'Ruthless'...While much of the action is predictable, if not inevitable–that’s what spoofs are all about–the story of 'Ruthless' is like a favorite aunt who you know everything that she is going to say and do, but still you never tire at watching her do and say it...I am happy to announce that the musical was even better the second time around." Full Review