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News: The Murky Side of America Reflected in Two Broadway Plays: “The Terms of My Surrender” and “1984”

Theatre remains one of the most effective ways to look at the world. Recently, Theatre Reviews Limited critiqued Michael Moore’s “The Terms of My Surrender” playing at the Belasco Theatre. The review stated, “In short, the effect of Michael Moore’s monologue is a significant contribution to the discussion about what Americans can and should do to in the current political upheaval since Donald…

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Broadway Review: “The Terms of My Surrender” Unshackles Fear at the Belasco Theatre

Michael Moore is without doubt an iconic figure. Mr. Moore’s “The Terms of My Surrender,” currently playing a limited engagement at the Belacso Theatre, dispels any doubt about his archetypal status. Near the end of the lengthy two-hour and twenty-five-minute monologue (with a guest and some needless dancing and questionable – though pleasurable – stripping male “police officers”), Michael Moore…

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Broadway Review: “The Glass Menagerie” at the Belasco Theatre

“The Glass Menagerie,” Tennessee Williams’ 1944 memory play, seems to have just left our stage … or is that my own memory playing games? In fact, Cherry Jones took on the iconic role of Amanda Wingfield – and was nominated for the Tony – in 2014. Three years prior, Judith Ivey delivered a lovely and highly praised performance in a…

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