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(This piece was originally published on Manhattan with a Twist on January 22, 2019.) A modern audience that sees the world premiere of Wickedest Woman during its run at the WP Theater will know abortion as a controversial topic. The morality of … Continue reading
(This review was originally posted on Manhattan with a Twist on October 19, 2019.) In a century where American citizens are bitterly divided over politics and uncharacteristically laser-focused on the upcoming midterms, The War Party (playing for five performances in The New York … Continue reading
(This review was originally published in Manhattan with a Twist on July 27, 2018.) On the night I saw Renee Taylor’s one-woman show “My Life on a Diet,” my plus-one texted me ahead of time to ask if she should “save … Continue reading
(This review was originally published on Manhattan with a Twist on June 5, 2018.) Let’s Get Ready Together, written by Lizzie Stern and directed by Lily Riopelle, is a story about the friendship between three young women navigating their first semester … Continue reading
(This review was originally published on Manhattan with a Twist on May 8, 2018.) Martyrs, a new play at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club written by Romana Soutus, raises a question regarding plurals. The press release and website advertise the play as “a … Continue reading