The Holy Trinity . . . Duo . . . Trinity? Noah Wunsch on the trifecta of celebrity deaths

Written by Noah Wunsch on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

If you’re a famous person you better be ducking your head… unless you’re Lindsay Lohan, any of the Kardashians or a household of “Housewives,” then please, go for a walk on a friggin’ lightning rod. Ladies and gentlemen, one of the more exciting time capsules of our time is taking place right now, the trifecta [&hellip
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Sex and the Pity

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

Your Boyfriend May Be Imaginary hits on some real topics By Doug Strassler What would playwrights do if the dating scene was an easy one to navigate? Lonely hearts’ losses, however, are audience’s gains in Larry Kunofsky’s new play “Your Boyfriend May Be Imaginary,” a skewed look at the youth dating scene that manages to [&hellip
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Where’s the 2011 Pulitzer for Fiction? And Doug Strassler’s other reactions to this year’s Pulitzer Prizes

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

Apparently, a spoonful of water helps the medicine go down for the members of the Pulitzer committee. I’m referring to yesterday’s surprise announcement to award the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Drama to Quiara Alegría Hudes for Water by the Spoonful. The drama follows a young Iraq War veteran after returning home to Philadelphia. I’ve not [&hellip
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Mud Brothers

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

Best Man boasts a smart ensemble By Doug Strassler The Best Man, Gore Vidal’s moralistic chestnut, was written and set in 1960, running parallel with the Kennedy-Nixon presidential race. It’s since been revived on Broadway twice; first in 2000, and again now in 2012. What might all these years have in common? Yep, they’re election [&hellip
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Where’s the Fire? The first Broadway revival of Evita is only medium flying adored

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive

“A backstreet girl” is how Evita describes the ambitious Eva Duarte Peron, the ambitious actress who clawed her way from poverty to celebrity as the wife of Argentine dictator Juan Peron and, ultimately, to either immortality or infamy, based on which side of fence this polarizing figure put you on. Her legend was considerably abetted [&hellip
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The Mandate: What to do if all’s well in the relationship, except what happens in the bedroom

Written by The Mandate on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive, Sex & Relationships

I’ve started dating someone and we get along really well. We have romantic dinners, great conversation and so much in common. Problem: the sex is well…boring. I’m a girl who likes to have fun in bed and I’m just not gelling with his…ahem, style. Do I run? Do I say something? Sex is important but [&hellip
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