Read The Westchester Guardian – July 7, 2011 Edition

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Eye on Theatre: Trio Triste By JOHN SIMON

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<<<The Knickerbocker. Photo by Carol Rosegg.   When Jonathan Marc Sherman was a very young fellow back in 1988 he wrote a delightful play called Women and Wallace, It augured a fine career for him, and a career of sorts there has been. His various other plays have been mounted in good theaters in respectable productions, but none of them …

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Eye on Theatre: Timon of Athens By John Simon

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Timon of Athens may be Shakespeare’s most puzzling play. Is it all Shakespeare or a collaboration? If the latter, with whom? The gifted Thomas Middleton or some lesser talent? And just which parts are Shakespeare’s and which not? If a Shakespeare solo, why not even better than it is? Based too closely on some earlier play? Left unfinished by the …

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Eye on Theatre: Compulsion By John Simon

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Mandy Patinkin.>>> Almost everyone knows the tragic story of Anne Frank, and many have read the young victim of the Nazis’ extraordinary diary. Some people may even have read Meyer Levin’s, the well-known Jewish-American writer’s memoir about his obsession with adapting that diary for the stage. Levin’s glowing front-page review of the book in the New York Times Book Review …

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Ed Koch Theater Reviews: “The Capeman” BY Edward I. Koch

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                “The Capeman” (+) In 1998, I went to see Paul Simon’s Broadway musical, “The Capeman.”  The critics hated it, but I loved it. In his review of the play, Ben Brantley tore it apart writing, “It would take a hard-core sadist to derive pleasure from the sad, benumbed spectacle that finally opened …

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