Dmitry Samarov
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A dramatization of eternal hell would be preferable to Redtwist's maudlin, moralizing <i>Ghosts</i> A dramatization of eternal hell would be preferable to Redtwist's maudlin, moralizing Ghosts The time, place, and motives are unclear in the humorless production. November 15, 2018
<i>Art in Chicago</i> may not be able to distill 150 years of history into one volume, but it sure looks good trying Art in Chicago may not be able to distill 150 years of history into one volume, but it sure looks good trying Anyone involved in that history may be distracted by the gaps and omissions. November 09, 2018
In <i>Neverland</i>, Prop Thtr finds the poignancy in J.M. Barrie's chestnut In Neverland, Prop Thtr finds the poignancy in J.M. Barrie's chestnut The new take gives a well-worn story a modern sense of urgency. November 08, 2018
Remy Bumppo builds a stunning new <i>Frankenstein</i> Remy Bumppo builds a stunning new Frankenstein There's not even a hint of Boris Karloff. October 24, 2018
Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant make likably unlikable scoundrels in <i>Can You Ever Forgive Me?</i> Melissa McCarthy and Richard E. Grant make likably unlikable scoundrels in Can You Ever Forgive Me? Marielle Heller’s new biopic tells the story of 1980s celebrity letters forger Lee Israel. October 25, 2018
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