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Past articles by Raven:

Merry Wives (⭐⭐⭐⭐) is a breezy romp at Shakespeare in the Park

Jocelyn Bioh's joyful adaptation resets Shakespeare's comedy amid an immigrant African community in Harlem. → Read More

She survived the Titanic, but can she sing?

Theater review by Raven Snook How do you solve a problem like Molly Brown? Meredith Willson’s 1960 follow-up to his hit The Music Man was a successful Broad → Read More

The Headlands takes a cool look at a cold case of murder

Theater review by Raven Snook The mutability of memory is at the heart of The Headlands, Christopher Chen’s clever if cold murder mystery at LCT3. Software → Read More

Dracula and Frankenstein

CSC gets spooky with a pair of horror shows in rep: Kate Hamill's postmodern feminist revision of Bram Stoker's Dracula, directed by Sarna Lapine (Sunday in t → Read More

Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice

Theater review by Raven Snook The new musical adaptation of Paul Mazursky’s 1969 movie Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice hews closely to the film’s satirical explo → Read More

The Woman in Black

Theater review by Raven Snook Appropriately billed as "a ghost play in a pub," Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of Susan Hill’s horror novel The Woman in Bla → Read More

Emojiland The Musical

Theater review by Raven Snook Keith Harrison and Laura Schein's over-the-top musical comedy Emojiland aims for 🤣but inspires 🙂at best. Inside a smartphone → Read More

How to Load a Musket

Theater review by Raven Snook Five years ago, when playwright Talene Monahon began talking to historical reenactors of American wars, their offbeat pastime pr → Read More

Aristocrats go astray in the enjoyably silly London Assurance

The Irish Rep revives Dion Boucicault's 1841 farce → Read More

One in Two shines light on black gay men with HIV

Three actors play multiple characters in this new exploration of young queer black identity and community by rising playwright Donja R. Love (Sugar in Our Wou → Read More

Everything Is Super Great

Theater review by Raven Snook Four lonely souls are paralyzed by loss in Stephen Brown's bittersweet dramedy Everything Is Super Great. Although his older bro → Read More

Peter Dinklage breaks your heart when he can in Cyrano (⭐⭐⭐)

But what's with all the music? → Read More

One Discordant Violin

Theater review by Raven Snook One Discordant Violin tries to dramatize how art can heal and haunt us. A middle-aged man, portrayed by playwright Anthony Bla → Read More

Raúl Esparza cooks up a storm in Seared (⭐⭐⭐)

Theater review by Raven Snook Theresa Rebeck's Seared takes place in the kitchen of a struggling Park Slope eatery, conjured with verisimilitude by set designer → Read More

In Power Strip (⭐⭐⭐⭐), a Syrian refugee makes it on her own

Theater review by Raven SnookSylvia Khoury’s Power Strip examines the impact of violence and oppression through one woman’s journey to empowerment. At a Gre → Read More

Forbidden Broadway: The Next Generation

Theater review by Raven Snook The Great White Way has changed a lot over the past four decades, but Forbidden Broadway is still much the same. That’s both a → Read More

The New Englanders

Theater review by Raven SnookUnfulfillment lurks behind the picturesque facade of a small Northeast town in The New Englanders, Jeff Augustin’s heartfelt me → Read More

Our Dear Dead Drug Lord

Alexis Scheer’s savage one-act portrays female adolescence as a feral state. → Read More

American Moor | Cherry Lane Theatre

Theater review by Raven Snook In his provocative, autobiographically inspired near-solo show American Moor, Keith Hamilton Cobb uses Othello as a metaphor for → Read More

Little Women | Cherry Lane Theatre

Theater review by Raven SnookKate Hamill’s crowd-pleasing stage version of Little Women at Primary Stages reimagines Louisa May Alcott's beloved 19th-century → Read More