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Jakeim Hart, Max William Bartos, Zara Devlin, Sam Poon, Brenock O'Connor, Brendan C. Callahan, and Gian Perez in Sing Street. Photo: Matthew Murphy

Review: Sing Street at New York Theatre Workshop

What Sing Street gets right, it gets really right, and most of that has to do with music: how we live inside it, how we express ourselves through it, how ...

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Moulin Rouge (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

The Trouble With Timbers

Alex Timbers may feel you did not fully appreciate Rocky: Das Musical. In 2013, when Alex Timbers was handed the huge budget of a Rocky stage musical (and the playground of ...

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Little Shop of Horrors (Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser)

Review: Little Shop of Horrors at Westside Theatre

The current Off-Broadway production of Little Shop of Horrors is exactly what fans want. It’s a tight, intimate production with quality singing and an A+ puppet. I’ve never seen the show ...

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Review: Fear in the Western World at The Doxsee

Deep in the catacombs beneath a new, fancy gated community is the sound of howling and keening. Is it ghosts? Monsters? Or something decidedly more human?   This bizarro world of gun ...

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"The Lehman Trilogy" at Park Avenue Armory (Photo: Stephanie Berger)

A Contemplation of Design

As the meltdown over the removal of the Les Miserables revolve has taught us, audiences care about design (and possibly they also hold onto the past a little too tightly).   Far ...

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Review: Anatomy of a Suicide at Atlantic Theater Company

Atlantic Theater Company

Director Lileana Blain-Cruz finds the delicate beauty in Alice Birch's intricately woven portrait of despair. Loren Noveck reviews.

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Exeunt NYC Recommends: February 2020

Off-Broadway dominates this month's recommendations column. Our critics celebrate the diversity of material on display all over New York City stages.

30 January


Review: Jeremy Jordan at Feinstein’s/54 Below

54 Below

Jeremy Jordan bares his soul in a new cabaret show dedicated to unpacking the past and making room for the future. Lane Williamson reviews.

17 February


Review: Tú Amarás at Baryshnikov Arts Center

Baryshnikov Arts Center

Using aliens as metaphor, Chilean company Bonobo create a cerebral but uneven conversation around immigration and othering. Alicia Ramirez reviews.

16 February


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Review: Where We Stand at WP Theater

WP Theater

A creative retelling of an old tale performed with verve and playfully written by Donnetta Lavinia Grays. Patrick Maley reviews.

13 February


Review: The Commons at 59E59 Theaters

59E59 Theaters

A roommate comedy from Lily Akerman too frequently skims the surface. Nicole Serratore reviews

13 February

Exeunt Staff

Most Memorable of the Decade

Exeunt critics reflect on the their most memorable theatrical experiences of past ten years.

Exeunt Staff

Most Memorable Theater of 2019

The Exeunt critics look back on 2019 and recall their most memorable theater moments.

Exeunt Staff

Theaters That Formed Us: A World Tour

Our critics remember the buildings, spaces, and theater companies which first introduced them to the stage.

Exeunt Staff

Exeunt NYC Recommends: Winter Edition

Broadway, opera, festivals, imports and more. Who says things have to slow down once the cold weather hits? Our critics have your winter theater-going plans covered.

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Review: Fandango for Butterflies (and Coyotes) at La Mama

La MaMa Ellen Stewart Theater

Stories that cry out to be told, in a play that doesn't always succeed in telling them. Loren Noveck reviews.

12 February


Review: Hamlet at St. Ann’s Warehouse

St. Ann's Warehouse

Ruth Negga stars in this traditional Hamlet which uses a rich visual language but lacks emotional punch. Nicole Serratore reviews.

10 February


Review: Grand Horizons at Helen Hayes Theater

Helen Hayes Theater

Bess Wohl's new play offers laughter and wry commentary on how we treat our elders but some unexpected tone shifts too. Juliet Hindell reviews.

9 February


Review: Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice at the Pershing Square Signature Center

Pershing Square Signature Center - Romulus Linney Courtyard Theater

The musical adaptation of the Swinging Sixties film doesn't know what to make of its sexually liberated foursome. Maya Phillips reviews.

5 February

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Joey Sims

Theatre Row Makes Space For The Kitchen Sink

Theatre Row gets reinvented with new residencies, a staff change, and a facelift. Joey Sims investigates these changes.

28 October
Exeunt Staff

Exeunt NYC Recommends: November 2019

This November, Alanis is on Broadway. Samuel D. Hunter is at Lincoln Center. And Dolly's back in town (well, sort of). Check out our critics' picks!

29 September
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Exeunt NYC Recommends: October 2019

From Tina Turner to Tony Kushner, there's something to suit every taste this month.

23 September
Patrick Maley

Finding Community with ShakesBEER

8 years of Shakespearean pubcrawls has taught the artists behind ShakesBEER a lot. Patrick Maley explores the history of this NYC tradition.