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Gardiner Comfort gives a bold,captivating performance with confidence, humility and sensitivity about Tourette's Syndrome

Gardiner Comfort gives a bold,captivating performance with confidence, humility and sensitivity about Tourette's Syndrome

A wonderful holiday show that deserved more than one performance.       By Joel Benjamin   The New York Pops’ A Charlie Brown Christmas was wonderful.  The only bad thing about it was that it was performed only once on December 20th. This sensible and sensitive staging of the beloved TV classic retained all its …

A wonderful holiday show that deserved more than one performance. By Joel Benjamin The New York Pops’ A Charlie Brown Christmas was wonderful. The only bad thing about it was that it was performed only once on December 20th. This sensible and sensitive staging of the beloved TV classic retained all its …

Tina deVaron - A modern troubadour of domesticity, Tina deVaron’s songs movingly explore ordinary family life with sensitivity and humor.         By Joel Benjamin Tina deVaron is a troubadour...

Tina deVaron - A modern troubadour of domesticity, Tina deVaron’s songs movingly explore ordinary family life with sensitivity and humor. By Joel Benjamin Tina deVaron is a troubadour...

The Guardian review of The Way We Get By: Sadoski is a compelling actor with a distinct manic energy. Seyfried isn’t really a stage creature — sometimes she’s too internal, at other times too indicative, but she’s a capable actor. Beautiful, too. Leigh Silverman is a smart and sensitive director, but how much can you do with a play this middling, this contentless? The comedy isn’t as miserabilist as some of LaBute’s work, but it is insipid and trivial.

The Way We Get By review – Neil LaBute's inarticulate characters irritate

The Guardian review of The Way We Get By: Sadoski is a compelling actor with a distinct manic energy. Seyfried isn’t really a stage creature — sometimes she’s too internal, at other times too indicative, but she’s a capable actor. Beautiful, too. Leigh Silverman is a smart and sensitive director, but how much can you do with a play this middling, this contentless? The comedy isn’t as miserabilist as some of LaBute’s work, but it is insipid and trivial.

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