NEW YORK – Seven Year Disappear at the Pershing Square Signature Theater stars Miriam (Cynthia Nixon) and her son Naphtali (Taylor Trensch) who have what could be referred to as a strained relationship – strained to the point of busting wide open except for the fact that the two are wearing emotional corsets pulled so tight that even the laces refuse to budge – until they do.
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A Tribute to Chita Rivera at Café Carlyle – she doesn’t just take the stage at Café Carlyle, she hoists it over her shoulder and walks off with it and so in love with being on a stage that you wonder what pitiful amount of energy she might have left to devote to other matters.
The Animal Kingdom by Ruby Thomas, now at the Connelly Theatre, is a pressure cooker of a play that glides by in a flash – Sam (Uly Schlesinger) has recently tried to kill himself and is now in an institution of some sort for his own safety and may be in a place where he might find some surcease.
Encores! Once Upon A Mattress – A Ton and a Half of Pure Joy with Sutton Foster is at the center, using her crystal voice. lungs of iron, comedic timing. Foster is a combination of Mary Tyler Moore, Carol Burnett and Lucille Ball. In addition, her physical prowess might qualify her for any number of Olympic Events, starting with Moat Swimming.