Category Archives: Reviews

Sly Fox

There's nothing deep about "Sly Fox." Devious, yes, but the machinations of Foxwell J. Sly would be utterly transparent to all but those whose greed has corrupted their senses. That covers everyone in Larry Gelbart's deliciously amoral 1976 Broadway farce, last revived in 2004.
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Sinners

If you see "Sinners" at one BroadHollow theater or another, be warned.

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RFK

RFK," Jack Holmes' taut one-man play about Robert F. Kennedy's life in the years between his brother's assassination and his own, made its Long Island premiere two days after the 45th anniversary of Bobby's death.

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