Tag: This Week on Stage (81-90 of 151)
The collective sigh you might’ve heard echoing around Times Square last night was the sound of scores of journalists reacting to the news that Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark was officially postponed for the third time. (Its new opening date is March 15, a.k.a. the ill-omened Ides of March). But there was also plenty to smile about this week in the theater world, as several new productions with high-profile stars got respectable marks from EW‘s critics.
The Importance of Being Earnest: Brian Bedford’s gender-bending, “deliciously deadpan” turn as Lady Bracknell in this Oscar Wilde comedy (now playing at NYC’s Roundabout American Airlines Theatre) gets a rave from Melissa Rose Bernardo, who gives the show an A–, calling it “a perfectly pitched, fantastically funny rendition of Oscar Wilde’s self-subtitled ”Trivial Comedy for Serious People.” READ FULL STORY »
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