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Review: “Broadway and the Bard” at the Lion Theatre on Theatre Row (Closed Sunday March 6, 2016)

February 16, 2016 | Off-Broadway > | Tags: ,

There is nothing better than listening to an actor deliver Shakespeare’s lines with unbridled passion and the natural “heartbeat” rhythms inherent in the Bard’s iambic pentameter. And that is precisely the way veteran actor Len Cariou delivers important scenes from “Twelfth Night,” Henry V,” Richard II,” “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” “Othello,” “Taming of the Shrew,” Much Ado About Nothing,” “Julius Caesar,”…

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“The Eternal Space” at the Lion Theatre on Theatre Row (Closed Sunday December 6, 2015)

Two men – one older, one younger – cross paths in the former Pennsylvania Train Station from 1963 until 1966. The older Joseph Lanzarone (Clyde Baldo) teaches American and British Literature at Xavier High School. The younger Paul Abbot (Matthew Pilieci) works on the crew contracted to demolish the iconic train station and is an amateur photographer. Each holds a…

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“In Bed With Roy Cohn” at the Lion Theatre on Theatre Row (Closed October 3, 2015)

The life and times of the notorious Roy Cohn have been chronicled in fiction and non-fiction and perhaps most notable in Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America” where Ethel Rosenberg “appears” at Cohn’s deathbed in a series of over-the-top conversations about her trial and execution. In a 2006 article in “The New York Times,” Adam Liptak wrote, “Mr. Kushner said he…

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