Dr. Ride's American Beach House
Off Bway, Ars Nova at Greenwich House

Reviewed by Linda Buchwald

BOTTOM LINE: Dr. Ride's American Beach House seems uneventful, but it slowly sneaks up on and stays with you, especially Kristen Sieh's performance.

Not a lot seems to happen in Dr. Ride's American Beach House. On the evening before Sally Ride's historic space flight, two best friends (then later, a third woman) sit on a St. Louis rooftop listening to the radio. But it's a play that sneaks up on you, lingering long after the lights come up...

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(The New Group at the Daryl Roth Theatre)
Review by Keith Paul Medelis

BOTTOM LINE: A disappointing adaption of Cyrano never shows the beauty this play can have.

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(BAM's Next Wave Festival)
Review by Heather Violanti

BOTTOM LINE: Deft performances and startling video design give heart to this exploration of the afterlife of Shakespeare's only son, but a meandering script leaves its soul wandering in limbo.

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Now Serving
(Radiohole at The Collapsable Hole)
Review by Emily Cordes

BOTTOM LINE: A visceral, irreverent deconstruction of dining culture.

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Panama Hattie
(Off Broadway, York Theatre)
Review by Dan Rubins

BOTTOM LINE: Panama Hattie is a fairly pleasant portal to the past with a very young co-star offering a window into a bright future.

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Imagining Madoff
(Off Broadway, New Light Theatre Project at 59E59 Theaters)
Review by Ken Kaissar

BOTTOM LINE: An uncomfortable exploration of the psyche of Bernie Madoff.

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for all the women who thought they were Mad
(Off Broadway, Soho Rep)
Review by Ran Xia

BOTTOM LINE: Zawe Ashton's poetic new work is a personal experience elevated to a communal process of grief and a shared understanding of a struggle specific to women of color.

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