Posts Tagged ‘manhattan theatre club’

Murder Most Mundane

Written by Doug Strassler on . Posted in Arts & Film, Theater

Photo by Joan Marcus. Murder Ballad, now playing at Manhattan Theatre Club’s City Center space at Studio II, formerly home to the Pearl Theater Company, isn’t just a whodunit – it’s a whodunwhat. For this slim rock opera, conceived by Julia Jordan and scored by Julianna Nash, keeps its audience in suspense as to not just which character is [&hellip
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And Baby Makes Comedy

Written by Mark Peikert on . Posted in NY Press Exclusive, Theater

Thinking about having a baby can ruin your relationship. Actually having a baby? Well, that can ruin your relationship too, at least according to Daniel Goldfarb’s Cradle and All, a two-act comedy in which Maria Dizzia and Greg Keller play neighboring couples Claire and Luke (childless) and Annie and Nate, who have an 11-month-old insomniac [&hellip
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