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A Marriage Contract By Austin Daly

A Marriage Contract By Austin Daly Directed by Alex Roe Originally: A Test Case From the German of Blumenthal and Kadelburg Review by Brenda Repland This 19th century...

Lyrics & Lyricists

Review by Brenda Repland Published: 03/05/2018 Amanda Green, Tony Award-nominated songwriter and daughter of legendary lyricist Adolph Green, hosted an evening of music by Leonard Bernstein and his many collaborators. Ms. Green p...

An Ordinary Muslim By Hammaad Chaudry Directed by Jo Bonney

Review by Brenda Repland Published: 03/05/2018 “An Ordinary Muslim” opened this week at New York Theater Workshop. This is a tale of a dysfunctional family with more reasons than you can count for that disfunction. Most...

Jimmy Titanic

Review by Brenda Repland By Bernard McMullan Directed by Carmel O’Reilly Performed by Colin Hamell It’s 2012 and Jimmy Boylen is in Heaven with many other “J.D.’s” (Just Deads)....

The Bobby Darin Story

The Bobby Darin Story Review by Brenda Repland In the latest of the Lyrics & Lyricists series, the vocalists presented a retrospective on Bobby Darin that covered his life from his beginnings in the Bronx to his many hits and s...

America’s Favorite Newscaster Theater for a New City

America’s Favorite Newscaster Theater for a New City Review by Brenda Repland Opening last evening at Theater for a New City, America’s Favorite Newscaster is a new two-act musical that follows the caree...

It’s A Wonderful Life

It’s A Wonderful Life IRISH REPERTORY THEATRE Review by Brenda Repland During the Christmas holiday season, we can always look forward to seeing “It’s A Wonderful Life,” the Frank Capra classic film (on TV)....

Review by Brenda Repland/ NEW YORK PHLHARMONIC HANDEL’S MESSIAH Presented by Gary W. Parr

NEW YORK PHLHARMONIC HANDEL’S MESSIAH Presented by Gary W. Parr Andrew Manze, Conductor Joelle Harvey, Soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano, Mezzo-Soprano Ben Bliss, Tenor Tyler Duncan, Bass-Baritone Westminster Symphonic Choir J...

Theater and Music performance review by Brenda Repland

THE HOME PLACE By Brian Friel Directed by Charlotte Moore Set in County Donegal, Ireland in August of 1878, Christopher Gore and his son, David, along with their housekeeper, Margaret, live in the Lodge, the Gore family home. Christ...

The Violin by Dan McCormick Review by Brenda Repland

Opening this week at 59E59 Theaters in its world premiere, is The Violin by Dan McCormick. Directed by Joseph Discher and starring Robert LuPone along with Peter Bradbury and Kevin Isola. Two ill-fated brothers will face a crisis &nd...

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra Andrew Manze, Conductor Thomas Zehetmair, Violin Review by Brenda Repland One Thursday and Friday, English conductor and violinist, Andrew Manze, led the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra i...

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra Review by Brenda Repland

Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra Louis Langrée, Conductor Beatrice Rana, Piano Review by Brenda Repland Louis Langrée returned last week to conduct the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra in an all-Bee...

Theater reviews by Brenda Repland

JAZZ IN JULY At 92 Street Y Review by Brenda Repland Where is the best place to be in July? Jazz in July! When the nights are hot, the jazz is cool. Opening the 33rd ...

Books Reviews by Brenda Repland

A Rising Man By Abir Mukherjee Review by Brenda Repland In this debut novel and introduction to a new series featuring Capt. Sam Wyndham, former Scotland Yard inspector, we are taken to 1919 Calcutta. Having survived the ...

MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY Vs THE DEVIL Review by Brenda Repland

MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY Vs THE DEVIL Review by Brenda Repland In a modern day twist on the Faustian bargain, Matthew (Wayne Wilcox) meets Mephistopheles (Lesli Martherita) who represents Satan. She promises the devil deliver his greatest w...

ASSASSINS Review by Brenda Repland

ASSASSINS Review by Brenda Repland Assassins opened the summer’s Encores! Off-Center season this week. The opening scene is a shooting gallery in which nine would-be and successful presidential assassins can taunt eac...

Theater Reviews by Brenda Repland/ FROM CAMELOT to CALIFORNIA

FROM CAMELOT to CALIFORNIA Review by Brenda Repland The collaboration of Lerner and Loewe produced some of the most memorable songs ever for such musicals as “Camelot,” “Brigadoon,” and “My Fair La...

Theater reviews by Brenda Repland

Invincible By Torben Betts Directed by Stephen Darcy At 59E59 Theaters Review by Brenda Repland Invincible opened this week as part of the Brits Off Broadway festival at 59E59 Theaters. We’ve all had evenings...

Theater & Jazz Concert Review by Brenda Repland

Antigone Adapted by Jean Anouilh Directed by Eilin O’Dea Review by Brenda Repland Jean Anouilh adapted Antigone during the Nazi occupation of France. In a very timely production, it explores the power of political protest...

اله الثورةLord of Revolution

تيريز سليمان: إلهي!.. أعِدْني إلى الصّحراءِ من فضلِك وامْحُ الحدودَ الّتي علَّبتني، وشوّهتْ وجهَ المدى تامر نفار: انصبلي خيمة عوتدين قبال الواحة شوية أعشاب وحجرين بدال قداحة هل يا ترى العالم, حينتبه عغيابنا؟ إلهي!.. أعِدْني إلى الصّحر...

Schoenberg’s A Survivor from Warsaw

Schoenberg’s A Survivor from Warsaw Alan Gilbert, Conductor Gabriel Ebert, Narrator Camilla Tilling, Soprano Daniela Mack, Mezzo-Soprano Joseph Kaiser, Tenor Eric Owens, Bass-Baritone Westminster Symphonic Choir Joe Miller, Di...

Lyrics and Lyricists / Review by Brenda Repland

Lyrics and Lyricists / Review by Brenda Repland The focus of Lyrics and Lyricists Songbook Classics this week was the lyrics of five lyricists. Hosted by Sheldon Harnick, who also provided some singing, the evening was varied and en...

Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes

Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes Review by Brenda Repland Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon alternate performances as the (blood-thirsty) Regina and her demure sister-in-law, Birdie. This review will regard Ms. Nixon as Regi...

Come to the Theater by Brenda Repland

C.S. Lewis on Stage Review by Brenda Repland In this one-man show, Max McLean portrays C.S. Lewis as he relates to the audience the history of his “giving in” (conversion) to theism. (The Christianity part came la...

Art Reviews by Brenda Repland

By Gino Dilorio Directed by Leah S. Abrams Based on the true story of Andre the Giant, a boy who couldn’t stop growing. By twelve years old, he could no longer fit in the school bus. That’s when his neighbor &nda...

Theater Review by Brenda Repland

American Showstoppers: An Evening with Kander & Ebb Fred Barton and his American Showstoppers orchestra were back at the Schimmel Center on Friday for An Evening with Kander & Ebb. The singers and dancers were direct...

José Maya in Latente: A Flamenco Journey

Flamenco Schimmel Center Presents José Maya in Latente: A Flamenco Journey Review by Brenda Repland Spanish dancer José Maya presented the premiere of Latente: A Flamenco Journey at the Schimmel ...

The Year of the Rooster/ Review by Brenda Repland

NEW YORK PHLHARMONIC Chinese New Year Celebration: The Year of the Rooster Long Yu, Conductor Sumi Jo, Soprano Robert Langevin, Flute Frank Huang, Violin Alison Balsom, Trumpet Review by Brenda Repland With huge red Chi...

صوتوا لمطرب الجالية العربية في المهجر الأمريكي أمير دندن

عبد الحميد صيام Vote for Ameer Dandan by clicking on this link www.AmeerDandan.com أود أن أدعو باسمي الشخصي أبناء الجالية العربية في الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية وكنداعامة وولاية نيوجرسي على وجه الخصوص بدعم إبن الجالية ومطربها الأهم...

Noche Flamenca / dancer Soledad Barrio At West Park Presbyterian Church

Noche Flamenca / dancer Soledad Barrio At West Park Presbyterian Church Review by Brenda Repland Noche Flamenca was formed in 1993 by husband and wife team, director Martin Santangelo and dancer Soledad Barrio. It has become one o...

Martin Luther on Trial” by Chris Cragin-Day & Max McLean

Review by Brenda Repland FPA (Fellowship for Performing Arts) is presenting “Martin Luther on Trial” by Chris Cragin-Day & Max McLean, directed by Michael Parva. In this 500th anniversary year of Luther&rsqu...

Concert Review by Brenda Repland

Wynton Marsalis/ The Jungle Review by Brenda Repland This week the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis joined the New York Philharmonic in a program featuring Copland, Bolcom and the world premiere of Mr. Marsali...

Theater/ Review by Brenda Repland

Life is for Living Today, December 16, is the anniversary of Noel Coward’s birth in England. Opening this week at 59E59 Theaters is Simon Green, accompanied on piano by David Schrubsole, in “Life is for Living, conversations w...

NY Theaters/ Review by Brenda Repland

His Royal Hipness Lord Buckley Created and starring as His Royal Hipness Lord Buckley, Jake Broder recreates the standup comedy of a man whose style influenced such performers as Lenny Bruce, George Carlin and even Bob Dylan. The ...

NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC Itzhak Perlman, Conductor/Violin

Review by Brenda Repland World-famous Israeli-American violinist and conductor, Itzhak Perlman, performed with and conducted the New York Philharmonic on Tuesday. The program began with two pieces by Beethoven &ndash...

Concert Review by Brenda Repland

AN EVENING WITH FRANK LOESSER Fred Barton and his big band, along with an ensemble of singers and dancers, appeared at the Schimmel Center at Pace University on Saturday. The music and lyrics of Frank Loesser was t...

From Silence/ Review by Brenda Repland

From Silence Written by Anne Marilyn Lucas Directed by Peter Zachari At THEATRE FOR THE NEW CITY Review by Brenda Repland Easter Gold (Karen Lynn Gorney) is a Holocaust survivor living in suburban New Jersey with ...

Theater Reviews By Brenda Repland

Afterplay. Irish Repertory Theatre Opening this weekend at the Irish Repertory Theatre is Afterplay. Brian Friel was greatly influenced by Chekhov, even adapting Uncle Vanya and Three Sisters. Now, he revisits two of their ch...

The Birds

Review by Brenda Repland 59E59 Theaters By CONOR McPHERSON From the short story by DAPHNE DU MAURIER Directed by STEFAN DZEPAROSKI With Mia Hutchins...

Spinoza’s Ethics Written by Emily Clare Schmitt Directed by Dianna Garten James Weeks a

Review by Brenda Repland The seventh annual Dream Up Festival, dedicated to new works, presents the world premiere of “Spinoza’s Ethics. Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677) was a Dutch enlightenment philosopher. He is co...

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