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  • Children of a Lesser God

    REVIEW: BERKSHIRE THEATRE GROUP’S “CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD”

    The need for human connection is universal. How that connection is accomplished, however, is not. Now playing at Berkshire Theatre…

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  • Megan Hilty Live at the Cafe Carlyle

    CATCH MEGAN HILTY AT NYC’S FAMED CAFÉ CARLYLE!

    Megan Hilty is the antithesis of Ivy Lynn. Best known for her starring role in NBC’s criminally short-lived Broadway drama…

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  • Annaleigh Ashford Returns to Broadway in ‘Sylvia’

    Annaleigh Ashford Returns to Broadway in ‘Sylvia’ Annaleigh Ashford is redefining what it means to be a funny girl on…

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  • Side Show

    Review: The Rebirth of Broadway’s ‘Side Show’

    In 1997, a musical called Side Show based on the true story of Depression-era vaudeville stars and conjoined twins Daisy…

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  • The Elusive Chanteuse: Back to Basics on ‘Me. I Am Mariah.’

    Mariah Carey is an American institution. Not the Statue of Liberty or Silicon Valley, but something very much Americana and,…

    by ERIC RICKERT
  • Sam Smith

    Sam Smith Previews ‘In The Lonely Hour’ in NYC: Concert Review

    Sam Smith is the best new artist of 2014. Yes, it’s only March and Smith has yet to release an…

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  • Fort TIlden

    SXSW Film Review: Fort Tilden

    I blame Lena Dunham. It all started when Tiny Furniture premiered at SXSW’s 2010 Film Festival and won the Grand…

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  • Bad Words

    Film Review: Bad Words

    The poster for Bad Words look almost austere: muted tones, calming white Helvetica title, Jason Bateman’s name, centered and high,…

    by ERIC RICKERT
  • Take Care / Leslie Bibb

    SXSW Film Review: Take Care (with Leslie Bibb)

    Have you ever wondered what would happen if you got hit by a car in New York City and broke…

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  • St. Vincent

    Album Review: St. Vincent

    The Billfold recently shared the thought process behind building a resume, now outfitted for a recession: start with everything you…

    by ERIC RICKERT