"Nobody Loves You" is probably not a phrase you want to hear, especially when kicked off a reality dating show in front of millions of people.
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There has been talk throughout my career of allowing NYC theaters to get the Regional Theatre Tony. They've wanted it. I've always thought it was sort of a ridiculous, greedy desire.
"Dogfight" asks theatergoers to trust in three hormonal jarheads who set in motion a rite of passage for themselves on the eve of their deployment to Vietnam, scouring SF to find the ugliest woman imaginable (i.e. a "dog") to bring to a dance.
What is so important about Mr. Braff's new play, now running at off-Broadway's Second Stage Theatre in New York City, is that it questions the very essence of what it is to be human.
Enough cliches in that headline for you? Here are my impressions of two revivals: one Broadway and one Off.
DRIVING MISS DAISY ** out of ****
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