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The Heiress:The Heiress, now playing at The Walter Kerr Theatre, has an all-star cast plucked from super-successful period pieces from the screen, both big and small (Downton Abbey, The Help), but can they revive this stodgy script and make it relevant to todays audiences? Find out in our full review!

The Whale:
What do the only good Mormon, the fattest gay, the last nurse to make house calls, and the brattiest teenage girl in the world have in common? They share the stage in The Whale now playing at Playwrights Horizons Peter Jay Sharp Theater. Charlie is set on eating himself to death in the wake of his lover's demise, but before he goes he has to wrap up a few loose ends. Is it worth the weight? Watch the full review to find out!

Obskene:
An ancient messenger describes one gruesome death after another, then a number of reporters from the future sum up the end-game of every hot-button issue from the recent election. Obskene takes it's name from the greek term for "off-stage", but does it belong on one?
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