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The Model Critic Reviews: ‘Sons of the Prophet’

Laura Pels Theatre, New York, NY Reviewed by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Fate has been unkind to both Joseph and Charles Douaihy, gay brothers of Lebanese descent living in eastern Pennsylvania. A thunderbolt of trouble has staggered their seemingly... Continue Reading →

The Model Critic Review: ‘Man and Boy’

Let's put it this way: neither Plato, Buddha, Jesus, Gandhi, or Mother Teresa would ever go to Starbucks with this guy. Even if he picked up the tab--

The Model Critic Reviews: The Importance of Being Ernest

Lady Bracknell: I have always had the opinion that a man who desires to be married should know everything or nothing. Which do you know? Jack: I know nothing, Lady Bracknell Lady Bracknell: I am pleased to hear it. I do not approve of anything that tampers with natural ignorance.

The Model Critic Theatre Review: ‘Brief Encounter’

"Brief Encounter" is a joyous, light-hearted bon mot to romantic love. With live music, film projections, vaudeville, pantomime, and puppetry, cliches of love fly through the theatre, breaking the fourth wall, and our resistance to its charm.

The Model Critic Theatre Review: ‘Mrs. Warren’s Profession’

Shaw, of course, is famous for poking fun at established shibboleths, false moral rectitude, and generally, for always pointing an accusing finger at hypocrisy. He accomplished this with his genius for keen, penetrating views on humanity, combined with a laser wit.

Theatre Reviews: Sondheim on Sondheim

It was an immediate standing "O" for Sondheim on Sondheim at Roundabouts' Studio 54 production in New York City. Still in previews, Vanessa Williams, Tom Wopat and the doyenne of song, Barbara Cook, head up a joyous biographic tribute to Stephen Joshua Sondheim.

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