Review: Austen’s “Sense and Sensibility” at The Gym at Judson (Extended through October 2, 2016)

March 28, 2016 | News, Off-Broadway > | Tags: , ,

“Quiet please. It’s Jane Austen. Sit still and pay attention so you don’t miss anything. She’s tough to understand sometimes.” None of these admonitions or warnings are relevant when watching Bedlam’s production of Austen’s “Sense and Sensibility” adapted for the stage by Kate Hamill and currently playing at The Gym at Judson in Manhattan. Bedlam’s stage version of this iconic…

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“New York Animals” at the New Ohio Theater (Closed Sunday December 20, 2015)

“I’m too old — they say — for more memories./No walking along the park in some darker breeze./You’re no city for dreamers, only lovers you leave behind./Oh, New York, do not waste my time.” (Burt Bacharach/Steven Slater) “Life is a Cabaret, old chum.” (“Cabaret”) It is New York City 1995. It is another time with different rules, a disparate energy,…

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